Analysis - Struggle for resources at root of Central Africa religious violence
Violence this month raised fears of inter-religious war
In Christian south, Muslim has become equated with Seleka rebels
Origins of Central African conflict lie in battle for resources
Conflict among ethnic groups exacerbated by foreign intervention
By Bate Felix and Paul-Marin Ngoupana
BANGUI, Dec 26 (Reuters) - Mariam watched in horror as militiamen burst through the gate of her home in Central African Republic's capital Bangui and demanded her husband say whether he was Muslim. When he said yes, they shot him dead.
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