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On which side of the blade...By Sarah Perle, Israel

In the fall of 2015 my friend and colleague, Hamze, and I had the chance to go to Rwanda to learn about forgiveness and reconciliation. During our trip we listened to many stories about the genocide that claimed the lives of close to 1 million people in 1994. 1 million victims in just 100 days - those numbers are hard to grasp. 1 million people...100 days...10,000 victims per day.
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