100 days in 1994
Over three months as many as a million Rwandese men, women and children, the greater proportion being Tutsis, were murdered – often in terrifying circumstances.
It is possible to read the testimonies of survivors and know something of the experiences they lived through. But to hear them speak and see the evidence is to become involved – it is not possible to remain neutral in the face of such unremittingly repeated tales of this order of cruelty and brutality. Most of those who survived did so entirely through luck. Being careful, being thoughtful was of no use. Many had not one but two or even three brushes with death, most saw first degree relatives butchered and many sustained dreadful wounds themselves.
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