One million people were killed in a one hundred days by their neighbors, colleagues, and associates in Rwanda. In 1994 this misguided hate stripped an entire ethnic group, the Tutsi, of their humanity, equating them with cockroaches. The weapons of mass destruction used in this massacre against the Tutsi and the moderate Hutu who helped them, weren’t bombs or guns. One million people were beaten and slashed to death by clubs and machetes. The survivors of the genocide are reminded of the torment they endured daily by the physical scars, deformities, and acquired diseases they’ve learned to live with. The most difficult hurdle in their journey however, isn’t visible. It’s the scars etched into their hearts with the one true weapon of mass destruction… hate.