Christian mob destroys another mosque in Bangui

2013-12-28 01:30:52 | Al Muslim News
Christian mob destroys another mosque in Bangui

 

An angry mob destroyed another mosque near Bangui, the violence-wracked capital of the Central African Republic (CAR). The destroyed mosque had served a modest Muslim community of about 100 members in Bassekotto, located 7km from Bangui. The attack had taken place at about 10am before Muslims had started converging for weekly Friday prayers, Imam Ahmed Tijan Naib of Bangui's central mosque said. No one was injured in the morning attack," Imam Ahmed Tijan Naib of Bangui's central mosque, told media. He said the attack had taken place at about 10am before Muslims had started converging for weekly Friday prayers. According to UN estimates, more than 400,000 people nearly ten percent of the country's 4.6 million-strong population have abandoned their homes as a result of the violence..

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