Rwanda Genocide documentary

For more than 600 years the Hutu and Tutsi tribe inhabited the same areas and have followed the same traditions until the class warfare pushed the Rwandan society into chaos. Read more on http://www.crisiswatch.net/internatio…

Rwanda genocide documentary – part II

During the 1930s Belgians started to use a system of identity cards in Rwanda sorting each individual as either Tutsi, Hutu, Twa or Naturalised. The identity cards enhanced the distinction between the two tribes greatly. Resentment gradually built up over time, culminating in a violent massacre. Read more on http://www.crisiswatch.net/internatio…

Rwanda genocide documentary – part III
More than 10 years later after the massacre, the people of Rwanda are slowly healing their wounds. Most of the killers have been caught and await for judgment. The tragic fact is that many of them are actually children soldiers who were forced into the bloodshed. Read more on http://www.crisiswatch.net/internatio…

Rwanda genocide documentary – part IV
During the 1990’s in Rwanda, in the heart of Africa, a historic conflict between the two ethnic groups started an inhuman storm of violence which ended in a horrible genocide. Read more on http://www.crisiswatch.net/internatio…

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