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Religious intolerance is intolerance motivated by one's own religious beliefs, generally against another's religious beliefs. Religious intolerance and persecution have been common throughout history, and most faiths have been subject to it at one time or another.
- The Holocaust
- Persecution of Buddhists
- Persecution of Christians
- Persecution of Hindus
- Persecution of Muslims
- Persecution of Sikhs
The opposite of intolerance is religious pluralism.
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