Posts Tagged ‘Dallaire’

Na: Ndahiro Tom

Igihugu cy’Ubuholandi giherutse kwoherereza ubucamanza bw’u Rwanda inyandiko zizakoreshwa n’ubushinjacyaha nk’ibimenyetso mu rubanza rw’Ingabire Victoire Umuhoza (IVU) areganwa na bagenzi be. (more…)

By Stephen Ruvebana

Research context

On 6 April 1994, the airplane of the Rwandan president exploded in the skies above Kigali. Belgian peacekeepers reported seeing two rockets fired toward his plane from the vicinity of a camp belonging to the Rwandan Presidential Guard and army commandos. (more…)

Though my site is primarily devoted to Balkan issues, its inspiration is opposition to oppression wherever it exists. Indeed, that is why when we first read of the new book by Herman and Peterson, ‘The Politics of Genocide’, (more…)

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), July 20, 1995

Summary

The repatriation of about two million Rwandan Hutu refugees from countries neighboring Rwanda has come to a virtual standstill. (more…)

It was just a few weeks after Rwanda‘s genocide was finally brought to an end. The survivors were struggling to discover the fate of husbands, wives and children. New mass graves were being discovered by the day. A shocked world was wondering how, without lifting a finger to help the victims, it had allowed 800,000 Tutsis to be butchered in just 100 days, in one of the most extensive mobilisations of a population against its fellow citizens ever seen. (more…)

” The search for the Truth on the Rwandan Tragedy:The war of October 1990 and the tragedy of April 1994” Is a document  also available in the archives of the International Criminal tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). It was written in the ex- Zaire in December 1995 by the former government army which planned, organised and supervised the genocide against the Tutsi in 1994. Many genocide deniers use it without quoting it. The Spanish Judge Fernando Andreu Merelles, seems to have been inspired by this document in the indictment he issued in 2008 against Rwandan government officials.  It is evil, but can be very useful to any scholar of Tutsi genocide denial. Click on the following link to open the document: EX-FAR and BIGOTRY