Politics and religious rights have arisen many violent believers who keep shedding innocent blood. A female employee of the U.N. working in Central African Republic has been abducted by an extremist Christian group.
A woman working for the United Nations peace organization, was kidnapped in the Central African Republic. The woman has been taken by a group of armed men, from the capital, Bangui. This happened after the other day two persons working in aid, had been abducted for political reasons, stated official reports.
The group of armed men, attacked the woman while she was heading to her work location in Bangui together with the rest of the staff. The woman and her colleagues were all situated in a MINUSCA van, related Agency France Press.
According to an anonymous source of the United Nations, the kidnapers wanted to grab her and put her on a motorcycle but the woman opposed resistance. After that they dragged her by force in a taxi which speed up towards an area of the town known to be a neighborhood inhabited by Christian militants.
The kidnapers seemed to be part of the anti-balaka, a local group of christian radicalists fighters highly known in the Central African Republic. The anti-balaka and the Muslim forces in the area have been in conflict for the control over the capital. Anti-balaka is a saying from the Madjia and Sango languages and stands for “anti machete” or “anti sword”.
A day before this, the christian militants have apparently captured a French woman of 67 years old and a local man who is an employee of the Catholic medical charity organization CODIS. The Christian extremists arrived to do this in order to obtain the release of one of they commanders, Rodrigue Nagibona, who had been arrested by United Nations peace keepers on Saturday. The reason he was detained was because in Decemer 2013, he planned the massacre of a minority Muslin group of 300 people.
The violent actions of the anti balaka have killed thousands of people and 1 million people had to be relocated by force, stated Reuters.
In April 2014, the United Nations, considered a must to sent MINUSCA employees in the Central Africa Republic in order to provide protection for innocent civilians during the political crisis.
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