Proclivity to Genocide

Proclivity to Genocide

This book examines proclivity to genocide in the protracted killings that have continued for decades in the northern Nigeria ethno-religious conflict, spanning from the 1966 northern Nigeria massacres of thousands of Ibos up to the present, ongoing killings between extremist Muslims and Christians or non-Muslims in the region. It explores the ethnic and religious dimensions of the conflict over five phases to investigate genocidal proclivity to the killings and the… (more)

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Publisher: Lexington Books (August 20, 2014)

Page count: 270 pages

Language: English

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