Pope Francis Visits Mosque In Central African Republic


Pope Francis in a visited to a mosque in Central African Republic has told worshipers  that “Christians and Muslims are brothers and sisters”.

He was speaking to Muslims who had sought shelter in the capital Bangui after nearly three years of violence between Christians and Muslims.

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According to report, the mosque visit was seen as perhaps the most difficult part of his Africa tour

Pope Francis then held the final Mass of his Africa trip in Bangui.

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More than 100,000 Muslims left the capital as a result of the fighting but 15,000 are left in an area called PK5, according to the campaign group Human Rights Watch.

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