Erased identity: Muslims in the Central African Republic - In Pictures

shaikh

Minister (2k+ posts)
A new Amnesty International report “Erased identity: Muslims in ethnically cleansed areas of the Central African Republic” reveals how Muslims who have returned to their homes in large parts of western Central African Republic following the 2014 killing spree and mass forced displacement are barred by armed anti-balaka militia from practicing or manifesting their religion in public. Some have been forcibly converted to Christianity on the threat of death.

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Displaced children living in the Central Mosque in the PK5 Muslim enclave in Bangui, Central African Republic

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Local Christians and Muslims from the Yapele neighborhood of Bangui, who are working together to clean up and rebuild the Yapele mosque, Central African Republic

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"This isn't the Muslims' country; this is our country" -- graffiti written on the wall of a destroyed mosque in Carnot, Central African Republic

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A Muslim family in Zalingo, western Central African Republic, a town in which a sizeable group of Muslims remain, most of them related to local Christians

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The patriarch of the sole remaining Muslim family of a village in western Central African Republic

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The imam of the Sapeke mosque in Bangui, destroyed by an anti-balaka-led mob in April 2014. The mosque, which was leveled, has yet to be rebuilt; the imam is seeking funds to do so

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“Balaka,” referring to the militia group that drove out Muslims from western Central African Republic —graffiti written on wall of mosque in Gadzi, western CAR

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A mosque in Carnot, western CAR, one of the very few that has been reopened in the aftermath of the 2014 wave of ethnic cleansing, in which thousands of Muslims were killed and hundreds of mosques damaged and destroyed

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m00dy

MPA (400+ posts)
Re: I

شیخ صاحب اپ کے پوسٹ کردہ لنک سے زیادہ دکھی تو پوسٹ کا ٹائٹل ہے


 

shaikh

Minister (2k+ posts)
Amnesty international reports on religious and physical persecution of Muslims in Africa , OIC special session due

Time has come to call a special meeting of OIC on this persecution and to fund these Muslim communities .


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https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/n...-in-the-central-african-republic-in-pictures/
 

staray khaatir

Minister (2k+ posts)
Re: Amnesty international reports on religious and physical persecution of Muslims in Africa , OIC special session due

Time has come to call a special meeting of OIC on this persecution and to fund these Muslim communities .


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https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/n...-in-the-central-african-republic-in-pictures/
muslims are busy fighting each others.
 
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