Rabat - Following the 2013 Muslim-Seleka-led rebellion in the Central African Republic that toppled François Bozize, a Christian, who had come to power in 2003 through a military coup, the country has ever since been rocked by violence and bloody sectarian conflicts.

The imam of the Sapeke mosque in Bangui, destroyed by an anti-balaka-led mob in April 2014. The mosque, which was leveled, has yet to be rebuilt; the imam is seeking funds to do so
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