Walking a Tightrope: Christians and Muslims in Post-Genocide Rwanda

  title={Walking a Tightrope: Christians and Muslims in Post-Genocide Rwanda},
  author={Anne Kubai},
  journal={Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations},
  pages={219 - 235}
  • Anne Kubai
  • Published 2007
  • Sociology
  • Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations
Abstract The 1994 genocide has become a major factor in Rwandan history. At its root lie both ethnic and religious dimensions. These events are considered in the context of a long history of tension and conflict between segments of the population. Religion having contributed to the radicalization of social identities through the involvement of the religious leadership in the genocide, the article analyses Christian–Muslim relations in post-genocide Rwanda. Interviews with Christians and Muslims… Expand
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