Volume 8, Numéro 1, Pages 1185-1205
This study discusses the ethnic and religious diversity in the Middle East and North Africa and its role in the stability of the region. The study relies on the assumption that significant diversity can lead to conflict. Thus, this study aims to answer the question of whether this diversity leads to dissonance. The study uses a descriptive approach, which is based on the study of interactions between a group of variables. And since the Middle East and North Africa have such a wide range of ethnic and religious groups, this study focuses on the most prominent actors in the region. The study shows how the region's enormous diversity leads to disparities that frequently lead to collision and conflict, endangering the region's stability, and calls for the rise of positive, influential actors to bring perspectives closer and reduce conflicts.
impact ; Ethnic ; religious ; diversity ; Middle East ; North African
Said Houari Amel