Why Do Catholics and Protestants Fight?

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The animosity between Catholics and Protestants is due to the tensions that built up during the period of ethno-political conflict in Northern Ireland between the Protestant unionists and Catholic nationalists. This conflict was sparked by a mood of marginalisation among the Catholic minority in Northern Ireland.
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