Not all religions advocate those things.
Even if I am willing to grant that Buddhism and such are religions, although they do not advocate those things, they still provide an incentive for all of those.
As I pointed out in another topic, theism gives a simple way to "apologize" for what they did without actually doing anything. It makes them feel good and, as I'm sure you know, we are just animals. Our brains are still hardwired with the "Reward/Punishment" system, whether we want to admit it or not.
You hurt someone. You feel bad (or maybe you don't). You "apologize" with whatever ritual you want. Now you feel good.
How does this not provide an incentive?
And even if you don't agree with this, the mere fact that it gives people a scapegoat for the bad things they do is, in itself, bad.