SAD PHOTOS Show The Atrocities Of War In The Central African Republic...

SAD PHOTOS Show The Atrocities Of War In The Central African Republic [LOOK – GRAPHIC CONTENT]

By Idoreyin Sampson | Sub-Editor on April 23, 2014
0
Bangui. In the muslim enclave of PK5 in Bangui, Muslims IDPs board on top of trucks fully loaded and ready to leave to safer area (Chad, north or east). They spent several hours on the trucks in the heat but the truck eventually never left because of security. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)

Time Magazine exposed some sad photos by William Daniel that show the atrocities of the war in the Central African Republic. Why we ask you to look in our headline is because our country is presently on the brink of civil war, indeed former Head of State Yakubu Gowon over the weekend said we are in a full-scale civil war.

This is just to remind the enemies of peace in Nigeria of what war can look like. The Central African Republic is suffering from untold religious conflict and as usual, women and children are the ones bearing the extreme pain and suffering of the war that appears to have no end in sight.

Some of the images are of a graphic nature and some viewers may find them disturbing. Viewer discretion is advised.

Near Bangui. Muslims queuing to be treated at a MSF mobile clinic in PK12 enclave where about 2000 displaced muslims took refuge. They are mostly Peul nomadic tribes who escaped the fighting in the bush. Any muslims trying to get out of the enclave is attacked by antibalakas. Food and access to health is very low. Many children faces malnutrition.(Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Near Bangui.
Muslims queuing to be treated at a MSF mobile clinic in PK12 enclave where about 2000 displaced muslims took refuge. They are mostly Peul nomadic tribes who escaped the fighting in the bush. Any muslims trying to get out of the enclave is attacked by antibalakas. Food and access to health is very low. Many children faces malnutrition. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)

 

Near Bangui. Peul women whose children suffer from malnutrition in a ACF (Action against hunger) mobile clinic that comes once a week in PK12 enclave where about 2000 displaced muslims took refuge. They are mostly Peul nomadic tribes who escaped fighting in the bush. Any muslims trying to get out of the neighborhood is attacked by antibalakas. Food and access to health is very low. Many children suffer from severe acute malnutrition. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Near Bangui.
Peul women whose children suffer from malnutrition in a ACF (Action against hunger) mobile clinic that comes once a week in PK12 enclave where about 2000 displaced muslims took refuge. They are mostly Peul nomadic tribes who escaped fighting in the bush. Any muslims trying to get out of the neighborhood is attacked by antibalakas. Food and access to health is very low. Many children suffer from severe acute malnutrition. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Muslim enclave of Begoua mosque in PK12 area. 2500 muslims, mostly Peuls, took refuge there with low access to food and health. Many children suffer from malnutrition. They are regularly attacked by Antibalakas with grenade, rifles and machete. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Muslim enclave of Begoua mosque in PK12 area. 2500 muslims, mostly Peuls, took refuge there with low access to food and health. Many children suffer from malnutrition. They are regularly attacked by Antibalakas with grenade, rifles and machete. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Near Bangui. Fatimatou Moussa (about 40) is a displaced peul very sick. She suspected to have TB and maybe other disease. She stays now in the PK12 muslim enclave with very small access to health. MSF has osculted her but there is no place in Bangui able to treat such case and to know what she suffers from she should go to the center, which is too dangerous for muslims. In PK12 enclave, about 2000 displaced muslims took refuge. They are mostly Peul nomadic tribes who escaped fighting in the bush. Any muslims trying to get out of the neighborhood is attacked by antibalakas. Food and access to health is very low. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Near Bangui.
Fatimatou Moussa (about 40) is a displaced peul very sick. She suspected to have TB and maybe other disease. She stays now in the PK12 muslim enclave with very small access to health. MSF has osculted her but there is no place in Bangui able to treat such case and to know what she suffers from she should go to the center, which is too dangerous for muslims.
In PK12 enclave, about 2000 displaced muslims took refuge. They are mostly Peul nomadic tribes who escaped fighting in the bush. Any muslims trying to get out of the neighborhood is attacked by antibalakas. Food and access to health is very low. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Muslim enclave of Begoua mosque in PK12 area. 2500 muslims, mostly Peuls, took refuge there with low access to food and health. Many children suffer from malnutrition. They are regularly attacked by Antibalakas with grenade, rifles and machete. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Muslim enclave of Begoua mosque in PK12 area. 2500 muslims, mostly Peuls, took refuge there with low access to food and health. Many children suffer from malnutrition. They are regularly attacked by Antibalakas with grenade, rifles and machete. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Bangui. A man who survived a grenade attack that killed 13 persons, including a woman and 2 kids, at Fatima district, is collapsing at the morgue of the hospital where some relatives body where brought. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Bangui.
A man who survived a grenade attack that killed 13 persons, including a woman and 2 kids, at Fatima district, is collapsing at the morgue of the hospital where some relatives body where brought. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Bangui.  Displaced muslims listen to public speech both from the minister of reconciliation and the Imam after a friday pray at PK5 muslim enclave main mosque where several XXX thousands displaced muslims stay in the mosque courtyard. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Bangui.
Displaced muslims listen to public speech both from the minister of reconciliation and the Imam after a friday pray at PK5 muslim enclave main mosque where several XXX thousands displaced muslims stay in the mosque courtyard. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Bangui. The Kasaï jail in Bangui where detainees can regularly escape. The staff hasn't been paid for 6 months. One of the main problem for CAR now is that justice doesn't exist. The court doesn't work. Employees are not paid. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Bangui.
The Kasaï jail in Bangui where detainees can regularly escape. The staff hasn’t been paid for 6 months. One of the main problem for CAR now is that justice doesn’t exist. The court doesn’t work. Employees are not paid. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Gulinga, 5 km of Grimari. An house is still burning is the village of Gulinga where Seleka fighters just killed 3 christians (2 men and one woman) and Kidnaped another one, accusing them of being Antibalakas. The woman was killed as a "collateral damage". Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka fighters whose general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated by both muslims and christians for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Gulinga, 5 km of Grimari.
An house is still burning is the village of Gulinga where Seleka fighters just killed 3 christians (2 men and one woman) and Kidnaped another one, accusing them of being Antibalakas. The woman was killed as a “collateral damage”.
Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka fighters whose general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated by both muslims and christians for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Gulinga, 5 km of Grimari. Relatives cry the death of 2 men and one woman slaughtered just before by ex Seleka fighters in the village of Gulinga, accusing them of being Antibalakas. The woman was killed as a "collateral damage" according to a Seleka colonel who admitted the killing.   Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by Seleka fighters whose general Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated bu both muslims and christians for having fought and pushed away others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Gulinga, 5 km of Grimari.
Relatives cry the death of 2 men and one woman slaughtered just before by ex Seleka fighters in the village of Gulinga, accusing them of being Antibalakas. The woman was killed as a “collateral damage” according to a Seleka colonel who admitted the killing.
Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by Seleka fighters whose general Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated bu both muslims and christians for having fought and pushed away others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Gulinga, 5 km of Grimari. Relatives cry the death of 2 men and one woman slaughtered just before by ex Seleka fighters in the village of Gulinga, accusing them of being Antibalakas. The woman was killed as a "collateral damage" according to a Seleka colonel who admitted the killing.   Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by Seleka fighters whose general Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated bu both muslims and christians for having fought and pushed away others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Gulinga, 5 km of Grimari.
Relatives cry the death of 2 men and one woman slaughtered just before by ex Seleka fighters in the village of Gulinga, accusing them of being Antibalakas. The woman was killed as a “collateral damage” according to a Seleka colonel who admitted the killing.
Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by Seleka fighters whose general Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated bu both muslims and christians for having fought and pushed away others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Grimari. 4800 displaced christians took refugee at the Catholic mission of Grimari to flee the fighting between ex Seleka and Antibalakas,  Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka fighters whose general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated by both muslims and christians for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence between christians and muslims. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Grimari.
4800 displaced christians took refugee at the Catholic mission of Grimari to flee the fighting between ex Seleka and Antibalakas,
Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka fighters whose general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated by both muslims and christians for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence between christians and muslims. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Grimari. Christians who fled the fighting between Ex Selekas and Antibalakas, took refuge in the Catholic mission in Grimari. They are 700 this day, and the following day 4800 in the mission. Antibalakas are attacking the city, trying to get into the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex-Seleka fighters whose general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated by both muslims and christians for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Grimari.
Christians who fled the fighting between Ex Selekas and Antibalakas, took refuge in the Catholic mission in Grimari. They are 700 this day, and the following day 4800 in the mission. Antibalakas are attacking the city, trying to get into the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex-Seleka fighters whose general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated by both muslims and christians for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Grimari. Aman and his daughter took refuge in a classroom of the catholic mission of Grimari. 4800 displaced christians took refugee there to flee the fighting between ex Seleka and Antibalakas,  Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka fighters whose general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated by both muslims and christians for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence between christians and muslims. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Grimari.
Aman and his daughter took refuge in a classroom of the catholic mission of Grimari. 4800 displaced christians took refugee there to flee the fighting between ex Seleka and Antibalakas,
Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka fighters whose general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated by both muslims and christians for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence between christians and muslims. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Grimari. 4800 displaced christians took refugee at the Catholic mission of Grimari to flee the fighting between ex Seleka and Antibalakas,  Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka fighters whose general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated by both muslims and christians for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence between christians and muslims. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Grimari.
4800 displaced christians took refugee at the Catholic mission of Grimari to flee the fighting between ex Seleka and Antibalakas,
Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka fighters whose general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated by both muslims and christians for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence between christians and muslims. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Grimari. A displaced woman gives water to her son. 4800 displaced christians took refugee at the Catholic mission of Grimari to flee the fighting between ex Seleka and Antibalakas,  Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka fighters whose general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated by both muslims and christians for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence between christians and muslims. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Grimari.
A displaced woman gives water to her son. 4800 displaced christians took refugee at the Catholic mission of Grimari to flee the fighting between ex Seleka and Antibalakas,
Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka fighters whose general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated by both muslims and christians for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence between christians and muslims. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Grimari. Christians who took refugee at the Catholic mission of Grimari to flee the fighting between Seleka and Antibalakas, are fastly walking back  to their home to get food and belongings during a break of fighting, thanks to the arrival of some Sangaris renforts. Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka fighters whose general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated by both muslims and christians for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Grimari.
Christians who took refugee at the Catholic mission of Grimari to flee the fighting between Seleka and Antibalakas, are fastly walking back to their home to get food and belongings during a break of fighting, thanks to the arrival of some Sangaris renforts.
Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka fighters whose general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated by both muslims and christians for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Grimari. Christians who took refugee at the Catholic mission of Grimari to flee the fighting between Seleka and Antibalakas, are fastly walking back  to their home to get food and belongings during a break of fighting, thanks to the arrival of some Sangaris renforts. Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka fighters whose general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated by both muslims and christians for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Grimari.
Christians who took refugee at the Catholic mission of Grimari to flee the fighting between Seleka and Antibalakas, are fastly walking back to their home to get food and belongings during a break of fighting, thanks to the arrival of some Sangaris renforts.
Grimari is being attacked by Antibalakas for 2 days as it is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka fighters whose general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated by both muslims and christians for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Bambari. Seleka fighters in their base in Bambari, are getting ready to travel to Grimari where Antibalakas are trying to attack the city that is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka. Ex-seleka general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Bambari.
Seleka fighters in their base in Bambari, are getting ready to travel to Grimari where Antibalakas are trying to attack the city that is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka. Ex-seleka general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Bambari. Seleka fighters in their base in Bambari, are getting ready to travel to Grimari where Antibalakas are trying to attack the city that is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka. Ex-seleka general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Bambari.
Seleka fighters in their base in Bambari, are getting ready to travel to Grimari where Antibalakas are trying to attack the city that is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka. Ex-seleka general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Bambari. Some ex Seleka fighters are pushing a pick up that run out of battery, in a Seleka base in Bamabari. It carries about 15 fighters, travelling to Grimari where Antibalakas are trying to attack the city that is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka. Ex-seleka general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)
Bambari.
Some ex Seleka fighters are pushing a pick up that run out of battery, in a Seleka base in Bamabari. It carries about 15 fighters, travelling to Grimari where Antibalakas are trying to attack the city that is the gate to the Ouaka region that is still controlled by ex Seleka. Ex-seleka general Ali Mahamat Darrassa is relatively appreciated for having fought and expelled others Seleka who were installing terror among the city communities. Sangaris troops trust him, thinking he is the only way to keep Ouaka region out of violence. (Photo Credit: William Daniels/Panos)

NO COMMENTS

Leave a Comment

To leave a comment anonymously, simple write your thoughts in the comments box below and click the ‘post comment’ button.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.