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A Rwandan organisation aimed at fighting denial of the Genocide against the Tutsi has condemned a French television for giving a platform to genocide deniers to air hate message and denied the Genocide.
Umurinzi Initiative, a local not-for-profit body is contesting the decision by the French television network, LCI France TV to allow genocide deniers, Charles Onana to spew hate massage that only brings more pain to survivors of the Genocide.
The book labours to justify the deployment of French troops during the Genocide, a deployment that has been debunked as an effort to provide an escape corridor to genocide perpetrators that offer humanitarian assistance as they claimed.
In the statement issued on Wednesday, the organization challenged LCI France TV to act against both Onana and Vincent Hervouet whom the organization says also has a record of denial of the genocide against the Tutsi.
The initiative also expressed its interest to support litigations that may be brought up against the two genocide deniers. He added that it is a responsibility to all Rwandans to refute false claims about the Genocide against the Tutsi. The denunciation comes after the International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism, Licra, expressed its distaste on the matter. Although enforcement still needs a push, the French government has been putting efforts in discouraging genocide denial cases.
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