The Central Africa Republic has been shaken by a recent increase in clashes between ex-rebels of the Seleka coalition, who are Muslim, and local self-defense groups formed by rural residents who are Christian.  (ISSOUF SANOGO/AFP/Getty Images)
The Central Africa Republic has been shaken by a recent increase in clashes between ex-rebels of the Seleka coalition, who are Muslim, and local self-defense groups formed by rural residents who are Christian.
(ISSOUF SANOGO/AFP/Getty Images)

France Prepares for War in the Central African Republic

October 10, 2013  •  From theTrumpet.com
The Central African Republic teeters on the brink of becoming the next Mali. Is it the next front in Europe’s battle with radical Islam for control of North Africa?
 

As the Central African Republic faces an Islamic takeover, France is planning to send more troops in and is pushing for United Nations intervention in its former colony.

Since the Islamic Seleka rebels took over in March, conditions have deteriorated rapidly, with Muslims and Christians fighting each other. The special report from France 24 graphically portrays the tragedy. (The report begins 2 minutes 30 seconds into the video.)

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