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Video: Neighbors

Victor and Ibrahim are two men caught in a community-wide conflict that threatens not just their livelihood, but their lives as well.

"Neighbors," shot on location in Jos, Nigeria, examines what happens when segments of a community oppose one another in a standoff that appears to have no solution. This is a story not only of Jos, but of places throughout the world where historical differences of tribe, race, and religion lead to violent conflicts.

 

 

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Previous Christianity Today coverage of the January Jos riots includes:

Previous Christianity Today coverage of the 2008 Jos riots includes:

Coverage of earlier violence includes:

Posted:March 2, 2010 at 8:09AM
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Video: Neighbors