We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will be Killed With Our Families
There is a very few number of incidents that have taken place in history that are of nature similar to the Holocaust2, and one of them is the slaughtering of over eight hundred thousand Tutsis in the recent late part of the twentieth century. In We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will be Killed With Our Families: Stories from Rwanda, author Philip Gourevitch sheds light on this holocaust natured incident and raises questions regarding the reasons because of which the Hutus hacked up hundreds of thousands of innocent people3.
Philip Gourevitch questions the occurrence of such an incident in a world that regards itself as one that is sophisticated and refined in every way. Philip Gourevitch takes a look at the fact that the international community could do absolutely nothing to prevent an incident of such disastrous volumes. Not even the United Nations could decelerate the killing spree that exploded across the Rwandan region and filled the rivers that flowed across Rwanda and Tanzania with hundreds and thousands of corpses of innocent families that had been hacked to their deaths by their very own neighbors.