Please Read Central African Republic: Another Rwanda, by Katey Hearth, at Mission Network News.
"Central African Republic is becoming another Rwanda if international parties don’t intervene, says a senior U.N. official. UN humanitarian operations director John Ging just returned from a five-day visit to CAR.“It has all the elements that we have seen elsewhere, in places like Rwanda and Bosnia,” said Ging yesterday. “The elements are there, the seeds are there, for a genocide. There’s no question about that.”
"Over 1,000 people have died, and some 2.6 million are in need of humanitarian assistance. CAR’s violent downward spiral began last year when Islamic Seleka rebels seized control of the country.
"Though Seleka ally and former-president Michael Djotodia formerly disbanded the group, their violent attacks against Christians continued. As a result, militant Christian “Anti-Balaka” groups formed and targeted Muslim populations for revenge killings.
"A few days ago, sectarian violence hit Living Water International and in-country partner, Water for Good, close to home."