خبر من مصادر إنجليزية.
أكدت الأمم المتحدة والمنظمات الحقوقية أن المليشيات المسلحة في "إفريقيا الوسطى" تشن تطهيرًا عرقيًّا ضد المسلمين العُزَّل؛ مما دفع المسلمين في حي "بوالي" للجوء لبعض الكنائس طلبًا للحماية؛ حيث فتحت الكنيسة الكاثوليكية أبوابها أمام 500 مسلم ممن فقدوا ممتلكاتهم.
وقد أكد المسلمون في تصريحات لشبكة "صوت أمريكا" أن المليشيات المسلحة مدججة بمختلف الأسلحة والقنابل والأقواس والأسهم؛ حيث قتلت والد "إبراهيم محمد" - رئيس القرية - وزوجتيه وأبناءه الأربعة.
وقد أصبح حي "بوالي" خاليًا من المسلمين بعد الاعتداءات البشعة التي وقعت في حقهم؛ من قتل وضربٍ، وربط بالأحبال، وسحل بالشوارع، ومطاردة الفارين وتخريب ممتلكاتهم؛ المصدر: شبكة الألوكة.
يرجى الإشارة إلى المصدر عند نقل الخبر - شبكة الألوكة.
The United Nations and international human rights groups say militias in the Central African Republic, known as the anti-Balaka, are carrying out an "ethnic cleansing" of the country's Muslim minority. Muslims are being targeted as payback for abuses committed by the recently ousted Seleka rebel coalition. Muslim residents in the western town of Boali have been living in a church for protection for the past month.
About 500 Muslims are living at one Catholic church in Boali. Many have lost everything. They are getting little to no assistance.
Ibrahim Mohamed was in Boyali, a town further northwest, when the anti-Balaka attacked on January 8.
"They had guns and grenades. We tried to fight back. All we had were bows and arrows. We called Seleka for help and fled into the bush. When Seleka got there, we came out and saw all the dead. The anti-Balaka killed my father, who was the village chief, my two wives and four of my children," said Mohamed.
Abbot Xavier-Arnaud Fagba went out, door to door, bringing the rest to his parish. "I didn't have a plan. I was just thinking here are brothers in difficulty. They needed help. I went to get them as a pastor and as a Christian. I did it in the name of my faith."
The anti-Balaka tried to attack the church on February 4. Congolese troops fought them off and are guarding the compound.
Mohamed Mouctar said the anti-Balaka grabbed him in the market just two weeks ago. He escaped, but now won't leave the church.
"The anti-Balaka, they tied me up here with rope. Both sides. And my feet as well as behind my back…They are still of a mind to do bad things to Muslims," said Mouctar.
This Muslim neighborhood in Boali sits empty, looted.
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