Salawu (2010) observed that "about 40% of ethno- religious conflicts are credited to the fourth Republic of Nigeria, while observers have equally described the situation as a permanent feature of the Nigeria state," ethno-religious conflicts tend to always stretch the bounds of unity to a potential snapping point (Jega, 2002).
Other examples are the ethno -religious conflict of July 18, 1999 between the Oodua people congress and Hausa traders at Shagamu in Ogun State; the February ethno-religious crisis between Zagon and Kataf communities in Kaduna State between 1999-2001; and the protracted ethno- religious conflict in Jos, plateau State in 2001, 2002, 2008, 2010 and 2011.
According to another view, the rise of ethno- nationalism in Europe not only has a political background but also draws upon economic causes.
Whatever the reason/reasons may be, the rise of ethno- nationalism in Europe has directly impacted upon immigration, particularly Muslim immigration.
The potential of indigenous ethno-
veterinary knowledge of high altitude populations in general and pastoralism in particular is unknown.
The showroom showcases the latest international trends in jewellery and traditional and ethno-
contemporary designs to meet all the needs of jewellery lovers in Mysore.
nationalist movement joined by leftist middle class idealists from Punjab threatened to turn secessionist.
It reflects a correlation between power, politics and the intricacies of affiliation to a particular ethno- linguistic group.
Hence ethno- linguistic differences override their ideological leanings.
The pulse of a Malaysian university; ethno- and sociolinguistic issues and the TESOL dimension.
Five papers explore ethno- and socio-linguistic topics, including the Minangkabau Pasambahan, media response to terrorism, negotiation discourse, bilingualism, and the status of foreign languages.
Pirates, prostitutes and pullers; explorations in the ethno-
and social history of Southeast Asia.