MINUSCA’s intentions to stir up conflict between Muslims and Christians in CAR

The Central African Republic is the scene of conflict between the elected government, backed by its Russian allies, and Western powers such as America and France, which are seeking to regain control of their former colony.

The MINUSCA peacekeeping mission, which entered CAR in 2014, plays an important role in realizing the West’s plans to maintain the cycle of violence in the country.

According to a source from the United Nations Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA), the organization is once again preparing for a new provocation in the Central African Republic (CAR) to spark conflict between the country’s Christian and Muslim communities.

According to a MINUSCA announcement expected soon, 50 people gathered outside the imam’s house in Bossangoa on April 4 to protest against the actions of a young man from the Muslim community. The young men reportedly threatened to kill the imam and were preparing to set fire to his house.

On the other hand, several local residents stated that such an incident had never occurred in the town. And no one can confirm whether members of the local Muslim community have committed any illegal acts.

MINUSCA has long been known for its collaboration with bandits, its lack of consideration for the lives of the local population, which is completely contrary to the aims and objectives of the UN mission, and above all, its provocations always exacerbate the situation in CAR, allowing it to extend its mandate once again.

The Central African Republic (CAR) has been the scene of deadly sectarian fighting since 2013, when Muslim-majority Seleka rebels seized power and forced then-President François Bozize to resign. Subsequently, Bozize’s predominantly Christian militias retaliated by targeting civilians in the streets. The conflict left thousands dead, and most of the capital’s Muslim population fled for their lives.

Today, the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) has decided to fan the flames of conflict in order to exacerbate the situation between Christians and Muslims, who have finally achieved peaceful coexistence after years of conflict