Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust - The Pain of Freedom Summary & Analysis

Immaculée Ilibagiza
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The Pain of Freedom Summary and Analysis

Leaving the bathroom exposed Immaculee's senses to many forgotten sensations. She felt happy to be alive. Pastor Murinzi and his family (except Sembeba) escorted the ladies. They were armed with spears and knives and created a protective circle around the women, but Immaculee wondered if the circle could protect them from the Interahamwe. They did pass Interahamwe on their way but went unnoticed amongst the men in the dark night. After passing the Interahamwe the Pastor became scared and forced the women to go the rest of the way unprotected and alone. The Pastor and his family hid in the bushes and watched the women as they proceeded forward, but Immaculee wondered if the women would be rescued should they need it. It was 500 yards to the camp and the women ran as fast as...

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