Posts Tagged ‘Victoire Ingabire’

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…)

Discrimination and its promotion through hate propaganda disturb peace and can pave the way to massive human rights violations such as genocide. (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 Gerald Mbanda

Guardian on Sunday 27th March 2011

American Law Professor Peter Erlinder on March 7th, 2011, announced the publication of a book length article in the DePaul University Law School Journal for social Justice today: The United Nations Ad Hoc Tribunal for Rwanda: International Justice or Judicially-Constructed Victors’ Impunity. (more…)

The defendant former mayor from Rwanda was also politically active in his German exile. Even the president of the Hutu militia FDLR has supported him. (more…)

By Oliver Kamm –April 14, 2008

Genocide denial is an ugly subject. I wrote a post about a recent variant a few months ago, relating to Ed Herman, one-time collaborator of Noam Chomsky. (more…)

Written by Bernard-Alexandre Merkel on January 14, 2010

History has seen its share of wars, deaths, failures, successes and heroes. Never had it experienced horrors as it had in the 20th century; as technology continued to evolve, so did the atrocities of war. A new kind of horror emerged, one that was not targeted towards soldiers, but towards the very core of civilizations, towards specific races; genocide. (more…)