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In October 2004 a property dispute escalated into widespread violence between Mandingos, who are predominantly Muslim, and other predominantly Christian ethnic groups.
The country's civil war, which ended in 2003, had a religious undertone in that the LURD rebels were mostly Muslim Mandingos while government troops were mostly animists and Christians.
The Muslim population was mainly from the Mandingo and Vai ethnic groups, which were found predominantly in the west.
In Monrovia, religious violence between ethnic Mandingo Muslims and other ethnic groups during 3 days in October 2004 resulted in the destruction of several churches and mosques, other extensive property damage, and approximately 25 deaths.
The Muslim population is mainly from the Mandingo and Vai ethnic groups, which are found predominantly in the West.
The country's Muslim population comes mainly from the Mandingo ethnic group, who occupy the northern counties, and the Vai ethnic group, who are found predominantly in the western part of the country.
In the past, former President Taylor's militia confiscated the properties of ethnic Mandingo Muslims for their alleged involvement or sympathy with LURD.
ULIMO included a number of former soldiers of the AFL, as well as other elements, mostly Krahn and Mandingo civilians who had taken up arms in opposition to the NPFL.(14) ULIMO was formed from three existing components.
In addition to promoting Krahn to positions of influence, Doe's creation of an ethnically-based clientele also led him to cultivate another ethnic group, the Mandingo.(42) The latter is the name of a diaspora of traders especially which has its origins in present-day Guinea, but which has over the centuries spread over a considerable area, including throughout Liberia.