Posts Tagged ‘Gerard Prunier’

By Stephen R.Shalom (From Z Magazine, April 1996, with corrections and footnotes)

For a hundred horrendous days in 1994, genocide took place in the small African country of Rwanda. The term “genocide” has been used with varying degrees of precision, but even under the most demanding definition there is no doubt that the events in Rwanda between April and July 1994 qualified as genocide. (more…)

The interview below, hits the nail on the head on the true reasons for France’s continued hostility   towards Rwanda and its leaders–the French language. This is part of the interview which Tom Ndahiro had with Gerard Prunier a French expert on his country’s involvement in Rwanda. It was first published in April 1995 by “The New Thinking” Issue No. 2 on pages 9&10 (more…)