"My name is Joseph Habineza. I am 54 years old and live in Karongi. This is what happened during the attack at Ruhiro mountain."Read More
Stories of Courage
“The Jewish community began organizing convoys from Sarajevo to Croatia. We called them Jewish convoys, yet only one of every ﬁve passengers was a Jew, while the rest were other citizens of Sarajevo." (Photo: Paul Lowe)Read More
"Towards the end of the conflict, a woman came to my home and asked to be let in. Her name was Odette. When I asked her where she had been since the beginning of the assaults, she said she was hiding in a Hutu neighbor’s house."Read More
In 1991, when the persecution against the Tutsi intensified, some of
them sought refuge in the church. I asked several people to stay with
me. Many had been beaten, and we took care of their wounds until they
got well. Photo: Riccardo Gangale.