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God Sleeps in Rwanda by Joseph Sebarenzi
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Jun 02, 12

Read from March 29 to June 02, 2012 — I own a copy

This book provided a completely new perspective on Rwanda and the leadership style of President Paul Kagame. If the author is to be believed, the president of Rwanda ruthlessly deals with any dissent including physical elimination. I liked the fact that the author proposes solutions on how to foster sustainable peace in Rwanda. The author's life story is enthralling and gives food for thought.
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04/04/2012 page 53
19.0% "All human beings, regardless of the evil they commit, deserve dignity and respect, and it is a disservice to humanity when either is denied."
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