Ethno-Religious conflicts have continued to besiege Nigeria for decades. This paper aims to highlight some of the ethno-religious conflicts that have taken place in Nigeria and its impact on women.
Ethno-Religious conflicts have continued to besiege Nigeria for decades. Considerable work has been done on the issue of Ethno-Religious conflicts in Nigeria but the implications of these on Nigerian women remains scanty. It is in recognition of this that this paper seeks to examine this. Using library findings as well as oral interviews, the paper notes that many women have lost their lives while many others have lost their children and/or their husbands.
Ethno-Religious Conflict in Nigeria. The analysis of ethno-religious conflict in Nigeria that this paper proposes is guided by a general distinction made by Sandole (as cited in Cheldelin et a. 2008) about the progressive manifestation of conflict. Conflict, according to Sandole, is a process characterized by stages of initiation, escalation, controlled maintenance, de-escalation and some kind of termination (. settlement, resolution) (p. 42–43).
Ethno-political conflicts have greatly shaped our present world and of course have its structural phenomenon, (William . It is against this backdrop that the proliferation and exacerbation of violent ethno-religious conflicts in Nigeria in the post-transition period can be appreciated.
Ethno-political conflicts have greatly shaped our present world and of course have its structural phenomenon, (William Easterly, 2001). For instances, the conflict we now call Israeli and Palestinian war, has been an ever-lengthening sort. This article adopts an analytical framework that holds that The interface between ethnicity and democratisation is found in absence of effective citizenship and good governance in post-transition societies.
The Israeli–Palestinian conflict is the ongoing struggle between Israelis and Palestinians that began in the mid-20th century. Various attempts have been made to resolve the conflict as part of the Israeli–Palestinian peace process, with only partial success, as at the end of 2019. The origins to the conflict can be traced back to Jewish immigration and sectarian conflict in Mandatory Palestine between Jews and Arabs.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a stellar example of multiple causality; therefore it is impossible to address all . I will consequently limit this analysis to the role of religious ideology.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a stellar example of multiple causality; therefore it is impossible to address all its aspects in one paper. I am particularly interested in the fact that both Jews and Muslims revere Abraham as their father. Negative Interdependence Peace Process Occupied Territory Muslim Brotherhood Biblical Text.
Textbooks in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. Textbooks in Israel and the Palestinian territories issued by the Palestinian Authority have been an issue within the larger Israeli–Palestinian conflict. Several studies have been done on Palestinian textbooks.
Arab politics and the israeli/palestinian conflict since the arab spring. This has important implications for various regional actors
Arab politics and the israeli/palestinian conflict since the arab spring. It is still not clear whether the Arab Spring revolutions are going to result in democratization, authoritarian Islamist regimes, or anarchy. But whatever their motivation or ultimate direction, the Arab Spring movements have all prioritized what is happening in their own countries over the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. This has important implications for various regional actors. To begin with, the Arab Spring does not appear to be as harmful to Israel as many Israelis had feared, or as beneficial to the Palestinian cause as many Palestinians had hoped.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is driven by several factors: ethnic, national, historical, and religious. It follows that religion must also be part of any real solution to this tragic and protracted conflict, in ways a concluding paragraph will very briefly outline. That much is almost a truism. Why is religion at the core of this conflict?
Accepting that the Israel-Palestine conflict is also a bitter religious war runs counter to the international community’s preferred solutions.
Accepting that the Israel-Palestine conflict is also a bitter religious war runs counter to the international community’s preferred solutions. But it would be better to recognise this awful fact, which is a central reason that none of these solutions have worked, despite the intense diplomatic efforts to resolve the conflict.
Israeli - Palestinian conflict as it is today is a real estate deal. Israel has slowly but surely taking over lands beyond what the UN Security Council resolution 242 allows them (United Nations Security Council Resolution 242). Land is scarce in Israel; and it is extremely valuable, especially for the israeli "settlers" willing to take the land from the local palestinian. 303 views · View 4 Upvoters.