Mufti garners support for vulnerable survivors
Musanze–Mufti Abdul Karim Gahutu has urged Muslim leaders to play a key role in healing the wounds of Genocide survivors, and engage in activities which unite and reconcile people in their communities.
Speaking during a meeting with provincial and district Imams and head teachers of Muslim aided schools, Gahutu said that the lessons of genocide should teach Rwandans the essence of peace
“God created us differently so that we may know and love one another; the Genocide remains our burden to deal with its consequences, this is the time to draw a clear line that what happened will never have a chance again,” Gahutu said.
“God will always be amidst people who get united for a good common purpose, our challenge is to build the hearts of the wounded people during this period,” he added.
The Mufti saluted the government for promoting reconciliation, justice and equal rights and opportunities among the citizens, initiatives he referred to as basis for development.