Since the start of the crisis in 2013, the conflict has evolved from a confrontation between armed groups to one between armed communities. The Seleka, which was formed by different armed groups and took power in 2013, has been thrown out of the Capital, from the end of 2013 to the start of 2014, and that has provoked an outbreak of violence which has taken an unprecedented turn in Central Africa, since it has opposed, to simplify, the Muslim and non-Muslim communities in the capital Bangui and also on the western side of the country. So the main problem right now is to reduce these conflict points at central CAR between anti-Balaka and ex-Seleka and at the same time reduce inter-community tensions and allow Muslim communities to return West, a pacific return of course, and allow their reintegration in their land of origin.