Enemy's Enemy

Rice, Andrew
August 2004
New Republic;8/9/2004, Vol. 231 Issue 6, p18
Reports that evangelical Christianity is spreading in Africa. Africa's evangelicals, who may be one of the strongest pro-American blocs in the world; Libya, Saudi Arabia and several Persian Gulf monarchies which are pouring money into Africa to promote Islam; growing religious tension in which many Africans have begun to see America's wars as extensions of their own struggles at home; Uganda, where Muslim clergy are infuriated by the proselytizing of evangelicals; Anger which has spawned sectarian violence in Nigeria and elsewhere; Harsh rhetoric and increasing radicalization on both sides in Uganda.


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