Archive for February, 2011

By Tom Ndahiro

Sometimes songs of praise go to false characters. Because of the movie ‘Hotel Rwanda’ Paul Rusesabagina was made a Hollywood star and a conqueror of hearts. He has won several awards as an unequaled ‘Humanitarian’ as he describes himself. (more…)

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By Tom Ndahiro

Exactly two years ago, February 25, 2009 Paul Rusesabagina was a guest of Lehigh University in the United States. (more…)

By Amandin Rugira

I am amazed at the recent flurry of reports and commentary in international media as well as by so called opposition leaders on the current political state of affairs in Rwanda. (more…)

By William Church

January 16, 2007

It has been about a year since I first sat in the living room of Paul Rusesabagina’s house outside of Brussels. (more…)

By David Weiss–President and CEO of CHF International

February 22, 2011

When I told friends that I was going to Rwanda their reaction was an almost uniform: “How horrible!” Of course, their view of Rwanda was based on the terrible genocide of 1994 that left an estimated 850,000 dead and a country with deep psychosocial scars behind in its wake. (more…)

By Kurt Jonassohn–February 1997

One of my childhood memories concerns what my mother said when I had done something particularly stupid. I have no recollection of what that action was, but I have a very clear recollection of my mother’s reaction: (more…)

Note of Evidence of Paul Rusesabagina before the District Judge in the Westminster Magistrates’ Court–as a defence witness of four genocide suspects Vincent Brown aka Vincent Bajinya, Charles Munyaneza, Emmanuel Nteziryayo and Celestin Ugirashebuja. April 3 2008 (more…)