Posts Tagged ‘Jean-Louis Bruguiere’

By Chris McGreal /  THE GUARDIAN , KIGALI, RWANDA

Thursday 11 January 2007

If France ever doubted that the new Rwanda was a lost cause then the news that the tiny African state had established a cricket board was final confirmation that it had gone over to the other side. (more…)

BY JAMES KARUHANGA

On November 14, The Daily Monitor, one of Uganda’s leading dailies, in its editorial commentary titled, “Rwanda, France need neutral arbitrator,” committed the most unforgivable transgression similar to that [some] international media outlets are fond of: blatantly and dishearteningly distorting facts on Rwanda’s 1994 Tutsi genocide. (more…)

By Karen MacGregor in Johannesburg Tuesday, 11 January 2000

The United Nations is being sued, for the first time in its history, for alleged complicity in the crime of genocide. Lawyers are instituting a case on behalf of two Rwandan women whose families died during the 1994 genocide in which 800,000, mostly Tutsi people, were slaughtered by Hutus. (more…)

By Dr. Gregory H. Stanton[1]

In 1994, 500,000 to one million Rwandan Tutsis along with thousands of moderate Hutus, were murdered in the clearest case of genocide since the Holocaust.  The world withdrew and watched.  To borrow a Biblical metaphor, we passed by on the other side. (more…)

Interview with S. Courtoux in La Libre (…) with Gérald Papy, 7 August 2008

Verbatim translation from La Libre Belgique

For Sharon Courtoux of the association Survie, France cannot escape its responsibilities any more. She insists on the seriousness of the Mucyo report published in Kigali. (more…)

By A. WALTER DORN

First published in Intelligence and National Security, Vol.20, No.3, September 2005, pp.440 – 465.

For most of its history the United Nations was reluctant to deal with intelligence, and major powers were reluctant to share intelligence with it. (more…)

Written by Al McKay on September 28, 2010

“Thou shalt not be a victim.
Thou shalt not be a perpetrator.
Above all, thou shalt not be a bystander”
¬Yehuda Bauer (more…)