Yes, Israel is what Walzer called, in his book On toleration, a “complicated case.”
Too often this dynamic results in a toleration of demagogues who show callousness to communities of color in the USA.
And the king failed not to represent the toleration of Catholics as a measure entirely of that nature.
They forced Charles by an address to withdraw his pledge of toleration.
Kautsky's toleration of reform activities thus has an opposite origin to that of the "reformist" Socialists.
That which is broad is funny, but there is always a limit of toleration.
I'm all for toleration, and let the parsons fight it out among 'em!
He had no toleration for those who differed from him—the fault of the age.
That was not his idea of breadth of mind or toleration, or of good feeling either.
This from gentle Irma Linton, who was usually the soul of toleration.
1510s, "permission granted by authority, license," from Middle French tolération (15c.), from Latin tolerationem (nominative toleratio) "a bearing, supporting, enduring," noun of action from past participle stem of tolerare "to tolerate, literally "to bear" (see extol). Meaning "forbearance, sufferance" is from 1580s. Religious sense is from Act of Toleration, statute granting freedom of religious worship (with conditions) to dissenting Protestants in England, 1689.