Christian Post reported this news:
"Buddhist members of an armed rebel group and their sympathizers are holding three tribal Christians captive in a pagoda in southeastern Bangladesh after severely beating them in an attempt to force them to return to Buddhism...After taking the Christians captive on April 16, the sources said, the next day the armed Buddhist extremists forced other Christians of Maddha Lemuchari Baptist Church to demolish their church building by their own hands. The extremists first seized all blankets, Bibles and song books from the church building......Pastor Talukder was bludgeoned nearly to death...
They gave vent to their anger on Christians in a violent outburst by beating the pastor and two others after failing several attempts in the past to stop their evangelical activities... They took them into a pagoda to convert them forcibly to Buddhism."
Buddhism is known as a religion that emphasizes on calmness, nothingness, meditation, compassion, inclusiveness, karma, etc. So I don't know how do Buddhists draw out such teachings from the religion and think that they are consistent with it.