Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust - Unlikely Saviors Summary & Analysis

Immaculée Ilibagiza
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Unlikely Saviors Summary and Analysis

The Interahamwe could be heard beneath the bathroom window boasting about killings and gang rapes they had conducted personally, witnessed or heard about. Their information made the women sick with disgust and anger. When the bragging had ended, some of the soldiers began to discuss the politics of war. Sembeba mentioned that he'd heard France was sending troops to Rwanda to stop the fighting. While France historically had good relations with the Rwandan government, it was unclear if they would support the genocide. With the scrutiny of the world they were equally as likely to help the RPF. The French intervention was called Operation Turquoise and would be stationed at Lake Kivu. The UN was supporting France's efforts, and public announcements said that Tutsi survivors would be protected in French camps. However, Tutsi survivors had to safely arrive at...

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