For the survivors of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide, what took place at Bisesero constitutes their Musa Dagh and their Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. It was there—across a range of rugged hillsides in Kibuye—that an estimated 50,000 people, primarily Tutsi, heroically attempted to resist a three-month-long onslaught of mayhem and killing by thousands of well-armed ge ́nocidaires.
"Book Review: African Rights, with photographs by Jenny Matthews. Resisting Genocide: Bisesero, April–June 1994,"
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