Posts Tagged ‘Paul Rusesabagina’

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…)

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…)

By Prof. Gerise Herndon–December 5, 2010

Freedom of speech and freedom of the press: for most U.S. citizens, these self-evident ideals form our nation’s foundation. Rwanda, the site of the most efficient genocide in history with a million Tutsis dead after 100 days, complicated how I make sense of those terms. (more…)

By Alan Whitehorn, The Kingston Whig-Standard, 14 January 2008

Over the past two years, there has been considerable research, discussion and debate about a Grade 11 course being developed for the Toronto District School Board. The course is to deal with the painful yet crucial topic of genocide. The proposed outline seeks to draw upon both historical and contemporary aspects. (more…)

By Magnus Mazimpaka November 16, 2010

Rwandan prosecution is asking the United States to help investigate Paul Rusesabagina, a man wrongfully portrayed as a hero in the movie, Hotel Rwanda. (more…)

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 Lama Magabo

As we celebrate this year’s Black History Month, let’s try and shade some light on the perplexity behind the Tutsi genocide, so that instead of feeling sorry for the victims, we can be better informed hopefully, and prevent the holocaust from happening again. (more…)