Boer acquaints Kuyperiamism with Christians and Muslims as a genuine translation of the Christian gospel that all the while is one that ought to make it simpler for Muslims to live and work. It would empower Christians to pull back the warning of secularism they are always waving before Islam that brings out such a great amount of enthusiasm in the hearts of Muslims.
The second section is an examination of the long arrangement of religious mobs and related exercises that have influenced the country. Boer watches that in the result of the Constitutional Assembly banter on the sharia in 1977, a long arrangement of mobs happened that began in the mid 1980s and is a present reality. He cites an administration source that rundowns more than thirty noteworthy rough mobs.
In his investigation of these uproars, Boers takes note of that they had various distinctive intentions. Muslims started most while Christians now and then began later mobs. Others were intra-Muslim undertakings while some were at first coordinated against the administration and in the end occupied to Christians.
Among the uproars examined incorporate the Maitatsine Series (1980, 1982, 1984 and 1985), Kano Series (1982, 1991, 1995), Kaduna Series (1987, 1992, 2000), Katsina (1991), Bauchi arrangement (1991, 1994, 2000 and past), Potiskum (1994), Plateau Series (1994, 2001 and past) and Borno-Maidurguri (1998).