Inter-Communal Conflict in Nigeria as a Result of Religious Polarization in Africa
R. V. Dmitriev, I. A. Zakharov
The article is devoted to identifying the role of the demographic factor in changing African religious landscape. The features of Christian and Muslim communities’ cooperative development in Nigeria are discussed in detail. Particular attention is paid to the analysis of Boko Haram’s activities as a factor in the escalation of inter-communal conflict in the country.
Africa, Christianity, Islam, Nigeria, inter-communal conflict, Boko Haram