In Bangui, the pope wants to reconcile Christians and Muslims

11/30/2015. November 30 by visiting the central mosque in a landlocked area of the CAR capital, Pope Francis wanted to show that fraternity was still possible between Muslim and Christian communities.

“Christians and Muslims, we are brothers. We must see ourselves as such, behave as such,” said the Pope

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