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RWANDA GENOCIDE

 

The Rwandan Genocide 1994

 

 

TUTSI PEOPLE 

Bits of Facts about TUTSI people.
Their characteristic is similar to that of Jews by GakondoMedia 

Over a million of them were massacred, 6 million Jews were killed.

Tustis were hated by the Hutus, Jews are hated by many.

Tutsis are among the most intelligent Africans , Jews are the wisest.....also Tusis are thought by some to be descendants of King TUT of ancient Egypt.

Some of the pictures used in this video maybe of Abbysian origin not from Rwanda/Burudi,due to luck of correct phoptos at the time of video making.

There are no differences in similarities from the pictorial models displayed and that of the subject.

When the genocide ended, many women formed associations to rebuild their communities.

Thirteen years on, these associations have redefined the role of women in Rwandan society.

Forty-eight percent of MPs in Rwanda are women -- the highest proportion in the world.

"Women are leading everything. We are capable of doing the job", states politician Speciose.

In the aftermath of the genocide, she helped found a women's association to rebuild her village.

Then they started raising funds for orphans. "After seeing how strong and brave Speciose is, she was made Mayor," explains her friend Daphrose. "Then she was elected for parliament."

Women like Speciose are overturning traditional stereotypes. "We used to think the role of women was to cook food but now, women are being recognized." (FRF)

After the Genocide - Rwanda

 

20 Years After the Genocide in Rwanda

 

Rwanda Genocide documentary

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 so.

Background Information of Rwandan Genocide: -Rwandan Genocide was a 1994 mass execution of Central African groups called the Hutus and Tutsis -In a period of.

The Movie is set during the tragic Genocide of Tutsis by the Hutu Supremacists hundreds of thousands of people died during this neighbors killed their neighb.

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.

 

Rwanda murders

*WARNING* --- explicit and shocking! Viewer discretion is advised.

Rwanda murders  *WARNING* --- explicit and shocking! Viewer discretion is advised. 

Rwanda Tutsi God's Army 

 

RWANDA GENOCIDE STORY pt,1-4

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 so.The Rwandan Genocide was a genocidal mass slaughter that took place in 1994 in the East African state of Rwanda POSTED IN FLYERMALL.COM BY SPYROS PETER GOUDAS

1,000,000 MURDERED:The Aftermath

The Rwandan Genocide was a genocidal mass slaughter that took place in 1994 in the East African state of Rwanda.

Over the course of approximately 100 days (from the assassination of Juvénal Habyarimana and Cyprien Ntaryamira on April 6 through mid-July) 1,000,000 people were killed, according to a Human Rights Watch estimate.

As much as 20% of the country's total population we murdered.

It was the culmination of longstanding ethnic competition and tensions between the minority Tutsi, who had controlled power for centuries, and the majority Hutu peoples, who had come to power in the rebellion of 1959--62.

This is the documentary preview "The Aftermath of the Rwanda Genocide", an inside look at the mass slaughter of 1 million people during the course of 100 days.

The aftermath of the genocide left thousands of orphaned children and families devastated from the loss of their loved ones.

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 so.The Rwandan Genocide was a genocidal mass slaughter that took place in 1994 in the East African state of Rwanda  Rwanda Genocide",An inside look at the mass slaughter of 1 million people during the course of 100 days. POSTED IN FLYERMALL.COM BY SPYROS PETER GOUDAS

William Cooper

Notice the grave markers were all crosses.
 
This was more than a political division, this was an attack against Christian Tutsi.

For whatever reason, the Christian message of brotherly love and forgiveness is rejected.

A mystery if it weren't for the fact that the apostles claimed that Satan is and would be the ruling spirit of this world until the end.

That means we haven't seen anything yet, for Satan's great goal is to have humans slaughtering themselves for we are precious to God/Christ
 

GHOST OF RWANDA 

GEN ROMEO DALLAIRE When I think about the consequences of the Rwandan genocide, I think first of all of those who died an agonizing death from machete wounds inside hundreds of sweltering churches, chapels and missions where they’d gone to seek God’s protection and ended instead in the arms of Lucifer.
I think of the more than 300,000 children who were killed and of those children who became killers in a perversion of any culture’s idea of childhood.
Then I think of the children who survived, orphaned by the genocide and the ongoing conflict in the region—since 1994, they have effectively abandoned by us as we abandoned their parents in the killing fields of Rwanda.

In my writings and public speeches have often asked, “Are all humans human? Or are some more human than others?”
No matter how idealistic the aim sounds, this new century must become the Century of Humanity, when we as human beings rise above race, creed, colour, religion, and national self-interest and put the good of humanity above the good of our own tribe.
For the sake of the children and our future.

Senator Dallaire has received numerous honours and awards, including Officer of the Order of Canada in 2002, Grand Officer of the National Order of Quebec in 2005, Commander of the Order of Military Merit and the Meritorious Service Cross and the US Legion of Military Merit.

GEN ROMEO DALLAIRE Roméo Dallaire: How Can Humanity Abandon Humanity? 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 so.The Rwandan Genocide was a genocidal mass slaughter that took place in 1994 in the East African state of Rwanda  Rwanda Genocide",An inside look at the mass slaughter of 1 million people during the course of 100 days. POSTED IN FLYERMALL.COM BY SPYROS PETER GOUDAS

How Can Humanity Abandon Humanity?

How Can Humanity Abandon Humanity 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 so.The Rwandan Genocide was a genocidal mass slaughter that took place in 1994 in the East African state of Rwanda  Rwanda Genocide",An inside look at the mass slaughter of 1 million people during the course of 100 days. POSTED IN FLYERMALL.COM BY SPYROS PETER GOUDAS

Carl Wilkens refused to leave Rwanda
 
 
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 so.The Rwandan Genocide was a genocidal mass slaughter that took place in 1994 in the East African state of Rwanda  Rwanda Genocide",An inside look at the mass slaughter of 1 million people during the course of 100 days. POSTED IN FLYERMALL.COM BY SPYROS PETER GOUDAS
 
 
 
Hotel Rwanda  

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Don Cheadle, Sophie Okonedo, Joaquin Phoenix Movies
 
 
Hotel Rwanda is a 2004 American historical drama film directed by Terry George.

It was adapted from a screenplay written by both George and Keir Pearson.

It stars Don Cheadle and Sophie Okonedo as hotelier Paul Rusesabagina and his wife Tatiana.

Based on real life events in Rwanda during the spring of 1994, the film which has been called an African Schindler's List, documents Rusesabagina's acts to save the lives of his family and more than a thousand other refugees, by granting them shelter in the besieged Hôtel des Mille Collines.

Hotel Rwanda explores genocide, political corruption, and the repercussions of violence.

The film was a co-production between United Artists and Lions Gate Films.

It was commercially distributed by United Artists theatrically and by MGM Home Entertainment for home media.

As an independent film, it had an initial limited release in theaters; but it was nominated for multiple awards, including Academy Award nominations for Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Original Screenplay.

The film also won a number of awards including those from the Berlin and Toronto International Film Festivals.
 
On January 11, 2005, the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack was released by the Commotion label. It features songs written by several recording artists including Wyclef Jean and Deborah Cox.

The film score was composed by Rupert Gregson-Williams, Andrea Guerra, and the Afro Celt Sound System.

Hotel Rwanda premiered in theaters in limited release in the United States on December 22, 2004 and in wide release on February 4, 2005 grossing more than $23 million in domestic ticket sales.

It earned an additional $10 million in business through international release to top out at a combined total near $34 million in gross revenue.

The film was technically considered a moderate financial success after its theatrical run, and was met with positive critical reviews before its initial screening in cinemas.

The Blu-ray Disc edition of the film featuring special documentaries along with selected scenes and audio commentary, was released in the United States on May 10, 2011.
 
 
Cameron Layton   This movie moved me so much and it just burns me to see not just innocent people slaughtered but children too, but the worst part is, no offense to Americans and the government, but while Paul was helping all those people and children and all those people were dying all America, the United Nations and the whites did nothing but sit there and watch,
 
I'm sorry if I sound like a jerk but that just makes me question myself on being American and being human in general, while I am dealing with autism and Aspergers, imagine if this happens to people like me or other people, and with cruel events like these happening everyday and night it makes me feel like I want no part in the world, being normal, or being human at all, because I don't want to be a part of a country that just abandons people and children to die, that's just my opinion.
 
I didn't want to sound weird but when seeing stuff like this I just can't keep my feelings contained and it's unhealthy to keep it all bottled up, thank you.
 
 
Bot / Ok  For those who don't know, this movie is based on the Rwandan Genocide which happened about 20 years ago.
 
Paul R. was a real person who saved 1,268 lives by sheltering them in his hotel at the time.
 
He currently lives with his wife Tatiana in San Antonio, Texas with his five children.
 
Unfortunately, over 700,000 people died in just 100 days.
 
 
 
BlueKnight   Back in my Sophomore year in high school our history teacher popped this movie based on African studies and my god this movie is such a moving and emotional ride I was blown away how the events affected the Rwandan genocide I highly recommend it
 
 
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 so.The Rwandan Genocide was a genocidal mass slaughter that took place in 1994 in the East African state of Rwanda  Rwanda Genocide",An inside look at the mass slaughter of 1 million people during the course of 100 days. POSTED IN FLYERMALL.COM BY SPYROS PETER GOUDAS
 
 
 
   Hotel Rwanda Paul R. was a real person who saved 1,268 lives by sheltering them in his hotel at the time.  He currently lives with his wife Tatiana in San Antonio, Texas with his five children.  Unfortunately, over 700,000 people died in just 100 days. Hotel RwandaFor 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 so.The Rwandan Genocide was a genocidal mass slaughter that took place in 1994 in the East African state of Rwanda  Rwanda Genocide",An inside look at the mass slaughter of 1 million people during the course of 100 days. POSTED IN FLYERMALL.COM BY SPYROS PETER GOUDAS
 
 
 
 
 
 
Years after 1994 Rwanda Genocide against the Tutsi by the Hutus in which over 1 million Tutsi were killed.Flags will fly at half-mast during the national commemoration week which marks the beginning of the 100-day genocide memorial period.
 
Government launched the Genocide on April 7,1994,and stopped on July 4th by Rwanda Patriotic Army.President Paul Kagame will light a flame of hope today friday at Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre.
 
The flame,which will stay lit throughout the commemoration period,symbolizes Rwanda's hope of a better future.
 
More than 400 guests including international leaders,dignitaries,survivors and their families and representatives of survivor organisations will attend the ceremony.
 
It is followed by a walk to remember in the afternoon,then a night vigil at National stadium.More graphic photos below.
 
 
In the Central African Republic and in Syria, thousands have been killed and millions displaced – but the world has been slow to act, writes Justin Forsyth.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Rwandan Genocide

A Short History of the Brutal Slaughter of the Tutsis by the Hutus

 
 
 
 

The story of the 1994 Rwandan genocide told through the prism of the media, exploring their role then and today.

 

Rwanda Genocide Timeline

 
 
by Jennifer Rosenberg
Updated January 29, 2018
On April 6, 1994, Hutus began slaughtering the Tutsis in the African country of Rwanda.
 
As the brutal killings continued, the world stood idly by and just watched the slaughter. Lasting 100 days, the Rwandan Genocide left approximately 800,000 Tutsis and Hutu sympathizers dead.
 
Who Are the Hutu and Tutsi?
The Hutu and Tutsi are two peoples who share a common past. When Rwanda was first settled, the people who lived there raised cattle.
 
 
Soon, the people who owned the most cattle were called "Tutsi" and everyone else was called "Hutu." At this time, a person could easily change categories through marriage or cattle acquisition.
 
It wasn't until Europeans came to colonize the area that the terms "Tutsi" and "Hutu" took on a racial role. The Germans were the first to colonize Rwanda in 1894.
 
They looked at the Rwandan people and thought the Tutsi had more European characteristics, such as lighter skin and a taller build. Thus they put Tutsis in roles of responsibility.
 
When the Germans lost their colonies following World War I, the Belgians took control of Rwanda. In 1933, the Belgians solidified the categories of "Tutsi" and "Hutu" by mandating that every person was to have an identity card that labeled them either Tutsi, Hutu, or Twa. (The Twa are a very small group of hunter-gatherers who also live in Rwanda.)
 
Although the Tutsi constituted only about ten percent of Rwanda's population and the Hutu nearly 90 percent, the Belgians gave the Tutsi all the leadership positions.
 
This upset the Hutu.
 
When Rwanda struggled for independence from Belgium, the Belgians switched the status of the two groups. Facing a revolution instigated by the Hutu, the Belgians let the Hutus, who constituted the majority of Rwanda's population, be in charge of the new government. This upset the Tutsi, and the animosity between the two groups continued for decades.
 
 
The Event That Sparked the Genocide
At 8:30 p.m. on April 6, 1994, President Juvénal Habyarimana of Rwanda was returning from a summit in Tanzania when a surface-to-air missile shot his plane out of the sky over Rwanda's capital city of Kigali. All on board were killed in the crash.
 
Since 1973, President Habyarimana, a Hutu, had run a totalitarian regime in Rwanda, which had excluded all Tutsis from participating.
 
That changed on August 3, 1993, when Habyarimana signed the Arusha Accords, which weakened the Hutu hold on Rwanda and allowed Tutsis to participate in the government, which greatly upset Hutu extremists.
 
Although it has never been determined who was truly responsible for the assassination, Hutu extremists profited the most from Habyarimana's death. Within 24 hours after the crash, Hutu extremists had taken over the government, blamed the Tutsis for the assassination, and begun the slaughter.
 
100 Days of Slaughter
The killings began in Rwanda's capital city of Kigali. The Interahamwe ("those who strike as one"), an anti-Tutsi youth organization established by Hutu extremists, set up roadblocks.
 
They checked identification cards and killed all who were Tutsi. Most of the killing was done with machetes, clubs, or knives.
 
Over the next few days and weeks, roadblocks were set up around Rwanda.
 
On April 7, Hutu extremists began purging the government of their political opponents, which meant both Tutsis and Hutu moderates were killed. This included the prime minister. When ten Belgian U.N. peacekeepers tried to protect the prime minister, they too were killed. This caused Belgium to start withdrawing its troops from Rwanda.
 
Over the next several days and weeks, the violence spread. Since the government had the names and addresses of nearly all Tutsis living in Rwanda (remember, each Rwandan had an identity card that labeled them Tutsi, Hutu, or Twa) the killers could go door to door, slaughtering the Tutsis.
 
Men, women, and children were murdered. Since bullets were expensive, most Tutsis were killed by hand weapons, often machetes or clubs.
 
Many were often tortured before being killed. Some of the victims were given the option of paying for a bullet so that they'd have a quicker death.
 
Also during the violence, thousands of Tutsi women were raped. Some were raped and then killed, others were kept as sex slaves for weeks.
 
Some Tutsi women and girls were also tortured before being killed, such as having their breasts cut off or had sharp objects shoved up their vagina.
 
Slaughter Inside Churches, Hospitals, and Schools
Thousands of Tutsis tried to escape the slaughter by hiding in churches, hospitals, schools, and government offices.
 
These places, which historically have been places of refuge, were turned into places of mass murder during the Rwandan Genocide.
 
One of the worst massacres of the Rwandan Genocide took place on April 15 to 16, 1994 at the Nyarubuye Roman Catholic Church, located about 60 miles east of Kigali.
 
Here, the mayor of the town, a Hutu, encouraged Tutsis to seek sanctuary inside the church by assuring them they would be safe there. Then the mayor betrayed them to the Hutu extremists.
 
The killing began with grenades and guns but soon changed to machetes and clubs. Killing by hand was tiresome, so the killers took shifts. It took two days to kill the thousands of Tutsi who were inside.
 
Similar massacres took place around Rwanda, with many of the worst ones occurring between April 11 and the beginning of May.
 
Mistreatment of the Corpses
To further degrade the Tutsi, Hutu extremists would not allow the Tutsi dead to be buried.
 
Their bodies were left where they were slaughtered, exposed to the elements, eaten by rats and dogs.
 
Many Tutsi bodies were thrown into rivers, lakes, and streams in order to send the Tutsis "back to Ethiopia" -- a reference to the myth that the Tutsi were foreigners and originally came from Ethiopia.
 
Media Played a Huge Role in the Genocide
For years, the "Kangura" newspaper, controlled by Hutu extremists, had been spouting hate. As early as December 1990, the paper published "The Ten Commandments for the Hutu." The commandments declared that any Hutu who married a Tutsi was a traitor.
 
Also, any Hutu who did business with a Tutsi was a traitor. The commandments also insisted that all strategic positions and the entire military must be Hutu.
 
In order to isolate the Tutsis even further, the commandments also told the Hutu to stand by other Hutu and to stop pitying the Tutsi.*
 
When RTLM (Radio Télévison des Milles Collines) began broadcasting on July 8, 1993, it also spread hate. However, this time it was packaged to appeal to the masses by offering popular music and broadcasts conducted in a very informal, conversational tones.
 
Once the killings started, RTLM went beyond just espousing hate; they took an active role in the slaughter. The RTLM called for the Tutsi to "cut down the tall trees," a code phrase which meant for the Hutu to start killing the Tutsi.
 
During broadcasts, RTLM often used the term inyenzi ("cockroach") when referring to Tutsis and then told Hutu to "crush the cockroaches."
 
Many RTLM broadcasts announced names of specific individuals who should be killed; RTLM even included information about where to find them, such as home and work addresses or known hangouts. Once these individuals had been killed, RTLM then announced their murders over the radio.
 
 
 
 
  
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On April 6, 1994, Hutus began slaughtering the Tutsis in the African country of Rwanda. As the brutal killings continued, the world stood idly by and just watched the slaughter. Lasting 100 days, the Rwandan Genocide left approximately 800,000 Tutsis and Hutu sympathizers dead.

Who Are the Hutu and Tutsi?

The Hutu and Tutsi are two peoples who share a common past. When Rwanda was first settled, the people who lived there raised cattle.

Soon, the people who owned the most cattle were called "Tutsi" and everyone else was called "Hutu." At this time, a person could easily change categories through marriage or cattle acquisition.

It wasn't until Europeans came to colonize the area that the terms "Tutsi" and "Hutu" took on a racial role. The Germans were the first to colonize Rwanda in 1894. They looked at the Rwandan people and thought the Tutsi had more European characteristics, such as lighter skin and a taller build. Thus they put Tutsis in roles of responsibility.

When the Germans lost their colonies following World War I, the Belgians took control of Rwanda. In 1933, the Belgians solidified the categories of "Tutsi" and "Hutu" by mandating that every person was to have an identity card that labeled them either Tutsi, Hutu, or Twa. (The Twa are a very small group of hunter-gatherers who also live in Rwanda.)

Although the Tutsi constituted only about ten percent of Rwanda's population and the Hutu nearly 90 percent, the Belgians gave the Tutsi all the leadership positions.

 

This upset the Hutu.

When Rwanda struggled for independence from Belgium, the Belgians switched the status of the two groups. Facing a revolution instigated by the Hutu, the Belgians let the Hutus, who constituted the majority of Rwanda's population, be in charge of the new government. This upset the Tutsi, and the animosity between the two groups continued for decades.

The Event That Sparked the Genocide

At 8:30 p.m. on April 6, 1994, President Juvénal Habyarimana of Rwanda was returning from a summit in Tanzania when a surface-to-air missile shot his plane out of the sky over Rwanda's capital city of Kigali. All on board were killed in the crash.

Since 1973, President Habyarimana, a Hutu, had run a totalitarian regime in Rwanda, which had excluded all Tutsis from participating. That changed on August 3, 1993, when Habyarimana signed the Arusha Accords, which weakened the Hutu hold on Rwanda and allowed Tutsis to participate in the government, which greatly upset Hutu extremists.

Although it has never been determined who was truly responsible for the assassination, Hutu extremists profited the most from Habyarimana's death. Within 24 hours after the crash, Hutu extremists had taken over the government, blamed the Tutsis for the assassination, and begun the slaughter.

100 Days of Slaughter

The killings began in Rwanda's capital city of Kigali. The Interahamwe ("those who strike as one"), an anti-Tutsi youth organization established by Hutu extremists, set up roadblocks. They checked identification cards and killed all who were Tutsi. Most of the killing was done with machetes, clubs, or knives.

Over the next few days and weeks, roadblocks were set up around Rwanda.

On April 7, Hutu extremists began purging the government of their political opponents, which meant both Tutsis and Hutu moderates were killed. This included the prime minister. When ten Belgian U.N. peacekeepers tried to protect the prime minister, they too were killed. This caused Belgium to start withdrawing its troops from Rwanda.

Over the next several days and weeks, the violence spread. Since the government had the names and addresses of nearly all Tutsis living in Rwanda (remember, each Rwandan had an identity card that labeled them Tutsi, Hutu, or Twa) the killers could go door to door, slaughtering the Tutsis.

Men, women, and children were murdered. Since bullets were expensive, most Tutsis were killed by hand weapons, often machetes or clubs.

Many were often tortured before being killed. Some of the victims were given the option of paying for a bullet so that they'd have a quicker death.

Also during the violence, thousands of Tutsi women were raped. Some were raped and then killed, others were kept as sex slaves for weeks. Some Tutsi women and girls were also tortured before being killed, such as having their breasts cut off or had sharp objects shoved up their vagina.

Slaughter Inside Churches, Hospitals, and Schools

Thousands of Tutsis tried to escape the slaughter by hiding in churches, hospitals, schools, and government offices. These places, which historically have been places of refuge, were turned into places of mass murder during the Rwandan Genocide.

One of the worst massacres of the Rwandan Genocide took place on April 15 to 16, 1994 at the Nyarubuye Roman Catholic Church, located about 60 miles east of Kigali. Here, the mayor of the town, a Hutu, encouraged Tutsis to seek sanctuary inside the church by assuring them they would be safe there. Then the mayor betrayed them to the Hutu extremists.

The killing began with grenades and guns but soon changed to machetes and clubs. Killing by hand was tiresome, so the killers took shifts. It took two days to kill the thousands of Tutsi who were inside.

Similar massacres took place around Rwanda, with many of the worst ones occurring between April 11 and the beginning of May.

Mistreatment of the Corpses

To further degrade the Tutsi, Hutu extremists would not allow the Tutsi dead to be buried.

Their bodies were left where they were slaughtered, exposed to the elements, eaten by rats and dogs.

Many Tutsi bodies were thrown into rivers, lakes, and streams in order to send the Tutsis "back to Ethiopia" -- a reference to the myth that the Tutsi were foreigners and originally came from Ethiopia.

Media Played a Huge Role in the Genocide

For years, the "Kangura" newspaper, controlled by Hutu extremists, had been spouting hate. As early as December 1990, the paper published "The Ten Commandments for the Hutu." The commandments declared that any Hutu who married a Tutsi was a traitor. Also, any Hutu who did business with a Tutsi was a traitor. The commandments also insisted that all strategic positions and the entire military must be Hutu. In order to isolate the Tutsis even further, the commandments also told the Hutu to stand by other Hutu and to stop pitying the Tutsi.*

When RTLM (Radio Télévison des Milles Collines) began broadcasting on July 8, 1993, it also spread hate. However, this time it was packaged to appeal to the masses by offering popular music and broadcasts conducted in a very informal, conversational tones.

Once the killings started, RTLM went beyond just espousing hate; they took an active role in the slaughter. The RTLM called for the Tutsi to "cut down the tall trees," a code phrase which meant for the Hutu to start killing the Tutsi. During broadcasts, RTLM often used the term inyenzi ("cockroach") when referring to Tutsis and then told Hutu to "crush the cockroaches."

Many RTLM broadcasts announced names of specific individuals who should be killed; RTLM even included information about where to find them, such as home and work addresses or known hangouts. Once these individuals had been killed, RTLM then announced their murders over the radio.

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