1. On October 1st, 1990, Rwandan refugees took up arms and attacked Rwanda to reclaim their right to return and live freely and peacefully in their motherland. The leaders of the Rwandese Patriotic Front (RPF) knew well that such a decision would result in a loss of millions of lives, yet they did not hesitate to act because they felt that the "right to return to the country" deserved so many sacrifices.
By denying Father Thomas Nahimana—and his fellow Rwandans—to return to his country of birth and citizenship, the government of Rwanda led by President Paul Kagame may have violated Article 3 (2) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). The article states, “Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country.”
Bavandimwe dusangiye ubwenegihugu,
Nshuti z’u Rwanda,
Byamaze kugaragarira bose ko leta y’u Rwanda ikomeje kubangamira nkana demokarasi no kwambura abanyarwanda uburenganzira bwabo bwo kwinjira no gusohoka mu gihugu mu mudendezo n’ubwo kugira ibitekerezo no kubitangariza rubanda ntakwishisha.
Hari hashize igihe kitari gito impirimbanyi za demokarasi, abahagarariye imiryango iharanira uburenganzira bwa muntu n’abandi babifitiye ubuhamya bagaragaza ko leta ya FPR idashaka gufungura urubuga rwa politiki mu Rwanda.