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France Defends Militant Muslims in Central African Republic Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Thu, Dec 12, 2013, 07:06 PM

France and the United Nations have deployed troops to the Central African Republic to help Militant Muslims in the country wage revenge attacks against African Christians.

The Guardian reports that, "African peacekeepers were forced to intervene in the Central African Republic on Thursday to disperse a crowd waiting to attack a group of Muslims who had taken refuge in a church compound."

President Francois Hollande of France has sent 1,600 French soldiers in the country to defend militant Islamist terrorists as they wage jihad in Africa.

According to the Guardian, "In March, an alliance of mostly Muslim rebels from the north removed the country's Christian president in a coup that brought President Michel Djotodia to power. Known as the Seleka, they have since been accused of carrying out scores of attacks on civilians."

US President Barack Obama is considering deploying U.S. troops to the Central African Republic as well.

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