Any religion can be intolerant. In recent years, Hindus have displayed intolerance against Muslims the Gujarat riots and other incidences. Dr. Wendy Doniger's book was banned and burned under pressure from HindusReligion being a great mystery to me, I can't understand why so many people enslave themselves to a series of fairy stories, or 'rules' made up by someone else and interpreted thousands of times over.
Seems to be all 3 Abrahamic religions are basically very intolerant (or have been) of people who don't want to join, or want to leave, their 'club'.
Some Buddhist groups such as the Sri Lanka Body Bala Sena are as intolerant as many other religious groups. And many Burma (Mynmar) Buddhist seem intolerant toward Muslim. And Shinto hasn't been known for its tolerance, no worse than other religions but not particularly better either. Ashoka had 18,000 Jains killed because one Jain drew a picture he felt was disrespectful of Buddha, and had another Jain burned alive. (Per the Ashokavadana)
Iran has been Muslim.as long as it had been Zoarastrian, so at which point what can truly be considered to be more "native"?