Foreword Chronology Abbreviations Preface: Andre Sibomana, or faith against the odds by Laure Guilbert and Herve Deguine Part I: The committed priest 1. The gifted child from Masango 2. Choosing the path of God 3. The journalist and human rights activist Part II: On the edge of the abyss 4. A cry in the wilderness 5. Lord, where were you during the genocide? 6. Words fail us Part III: Time is against us 7. The duty of justice and the duty of memory 8. The role of the Church: guilty or an incriminating witness? 9. Rwanda caught in an impasse Conclusion: We must not give up hope Postscript: What future for the defence of human rights in Rwanda? by Carina Tertsakian Bibliography Human rights in Rwanda Index
Andre Sibomana was an outspoken human rights activist, journalist and a Catholic priest. He worked tirelessly for independent investigations into human rights violations in Rwanda. He died in March 1998. Laure Guilbert is a French historian and Herve Deguine is a French journalist. Both are based in France.Carina Tertsakian researches on Central Africa for Amnesty International. Alison Des Forges works for the human rights organization Human Rights Watch, based in New York .
'Takes us into hell, into humanity, into the horror of the crime of genocide' -- Mission de L'Eglise