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ICC Note: Radical terrorists in Africa have no respect for the lives of Christian minorities. Unfortunately, this is an ideology that continues to expand in the continent and Christian persecution continues to increase. Children and women are always the most vulnerable victims since they are considered a double target.

12/5/2017 CAR (World Watch Monitor) – Four years ago today, an eruption of violence in the capital of the Central African Republic, Bangui, left dozens dead and shattered the lives of many others.

An attempt by Anti-Balaka (“anti-machete”) vigilantes to oust rebel leader Michel Djotodia, who had swept across the country into the capital to proclaim himself President, led to a violent counter-offensive by Djotodia’s militants, known as Séléka.

Pastors Jean-Eric Vogbia and Gilbert Bogolo were among the Christians who lived in PK5, a predominantly Muslim neighborhood of Bangui, at the time.

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