Mapping conflict Part Two: Aggression
There is pure aggression, but the subject matter here is broadly based on tribalism, jihad-ism, coercion, imperialism and the such
Christian Farmers and Muslim Herdsmen are at odds over grazing rights and trespass issues. Reprisal killings are ramping up and the Government is failing to stop the cycle. This conflict has the potential to explode.
Unemployed Muslim youth are recruited by radical clerics financed by Al-Shabab. Roots in Somalia, Kenya and Tanzania have spread into northern Mozambique and he violence is rising. Smuggling rubies, human trafficking, and the potential for heroin smuggling profits may light a fire under this new jihadist threat
The Rohingya crisis has roots in a small militant group called ARSA that attacked Hindu villages and police outposts, killing over 100 and sparking reprisals from the military
The Democratic Republic of the Congo could very well be the epicenter of moral degradation. A repeating cycle of violence has raised the level of atrocities to a critical point