Wpływ religii i tradycji na konflikt na Molukach w latach 1999-2002

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Simona Sienkiewicz


Niniejszy artykuł dotyczy wpływu religii i tradycji na konflikt, który miał miejsce na indonezyjskich Molukach w latach 1999-2002. Silne wpływy Holendrów w okresie kolonialnym sprawiły, że na wyspach utrzymała się chrześcijańska większość, co stanowiło wyjątek w zdominowanym przez muzułmanów państwie. Moluki wydawały się idealnym przykładem obszaru, gdzie panuje tolerancja i dialog między różnymi wyznaniami, aż do wybuchu konfliktu etnoreligijnego na przełomie XX i XXI wieku. W artykule zostanie omówiona geneza starć między muzułmanami a chrześcijanami oraz wykorzystanie zapomnianego prawa zwyczajowego i religii do procesu pokojowego.


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Sienkiewicz, S. (2016). Wpływ religii i tradycji na konflikt na Molukach w latach 1999-2002. Investigationes Linguisticae, 35, 35-50. https://doi.org/10.14746/il.2016.35.4


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