Posts Tagged ‘Pierre Péan’

By Tom Ndahiro

One evening in November 2008, I was listening to Kinyarwanda news over the BBC, when I heard the voice of Jean Marie Vianney Ndagijimana. (more…)

La page sombre de l’histoire de François Mitterrand, très tardivement ouverte, a été vite refermée par des admirateurs de l’ancien président : ils ont pris à bras le corps le sujet pour mieux enterrer la polémique. (more…)

By Tom Ndahiro–April 12 2011

In April 1998, over 150 of the world’s most respected thinkers, scholars and authors signed a petition affirming that denial of genocide is a form of aggression that perpetuates genocide itself.[1] (more…)

By Felix M. NDAHINDA

The Hague Peace Palace – premises of the International Court of Justice among other institutions – hosted on 26th April 2008 a controversial event under the catchy title:   “Conference on Peace and Development in the Great Lakes Region of Africa”. The gathering featured Mr “Hotel Rwanda” Paul Rusesabagina who was made famous worldwide by a 2004 Hollywood movie for his “heroism” in saving lives of more than a thousand peoples during the infamous genocide of the Tutsi in Rwanda in 1994. (more…)

By: Tom Ndahiro

In early March 2010, I attended a forum in Arusha, Tanzania, which discussed genocide prevention. (more…)