In a Genocide, Who Are the Morally Upright?
April 19, 2017 7:19 PM Subscribe
Niyitegaka told the soldiers that, whether in life or in death, she would remain with the Tutsis she had sheltered. Singing and chanting, she followed them onto the buses, which headed for the notorious Commune Rouge, a public cemetery that served as a killing field. There, alongside her Tutsi friends, Niyitegeka was slain by an assassin’s bullet.On the motivations of rescuers in the Rwandan genocide.
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