This book argues that the Strategic Role of Interfaith Diplomacy provides the measures that will better manage the protracted ethno-religious conflicts in Jos Plateau State of Nigeria. It traced the historic enmity between the world’s two major religions Christianity and Islam world over that led to the protracted ethno-religious conflicts particularly in Jos city of Plateau State, Nigeria which have been threatening the security and survival of the residents of the city and its environs right from 2001-2012. Further empirical study reveals that these crises had remote and immediate causes at their roots but often manifest as ethno-religious crises which affected both Christians and Muslims in Jos. The study explores how the government and some of the agencies involved in conflict management responded to the crises from 2001-2012. The absence of or sincere Interfaith Diplomacy was the greatest of all that the book discovered hence, recommending emphatically, the Strategic Role of Interfaith Diplomacy as the latest approach to managing ethno-religious conflicts such as these happening in Jos and beyond.