Posts Tagged ‘Belgians’

In conversation with Lorenzo Veracini, Ann Curthoys and John Docker discuss some of the issues at stake for Australian Aboriginal history in current international debates about the definitions of genocide. (more…)

By: Tom Ndahiro

Genocidaires have always justified the extermination of the Tutsi. Victims are blamed to have been behind the death of  their president. The murder in cold blood of ten or eleven Belgians soldiers had also to be validated. On 20 April 1994, a Radio, Voix du Zaire, had an “Exclusive” Interview with Rwandan Ambassador to Zaire, Etienne Sengegera. In this long interview, with assent he accused the Belgians supposedly with United Nations Assistance Mission in Rwanda (UNAMIR) as the ones who killed presidents Juvenal Habyarimana and his counterpart, Cyprien Ntaryamira from Burundi.  A week later same accusations were made by a minister in the genocidaire government, Mr. Augustin Ngirabatware. (more…)