Meeting With Those You Killed By Francis Tucungwirwe


Meeting With Those You Killed: Osama bin Laden meets with 9/11 victims at the Rutangaaza Conference

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Be warned not to miss your lunch or flight because the story is so
enthralling that when you open the book it becomes hard to close it
until you complete it! And we are sure you will read the book again and
again! The fiction blend with facts in this book makes it the only book
of its kind in the world for the world! But in essence, it is a truth
and accountability quest of a person who survived a terrorist attack
because of a flat tyre that delayed him to the venue of the July 11th
2010 Kampala bombings. This attack was handiwork of Al-Qaeda linked
Al-shabaab group. Like it is with most attacks, the leaders of the
terrorists celebrated the attack and called their suicide bombers
martyrs! This attitude of terrorists lived to confront Francis
Tucungwirwe’s conscience as a survivor-Imagine somebody attacks and
kills people and believes that in front of his God, he will be a martyr;
that he will be rewarded with prizes and will be welcomed by angels
after his death. But is this true? The book seeks for some actual
answers and accountability through an alien process in some Africa
societies called Rutangaaza that was used to hold the dead accountable
or consult them.

The main episode in the book is the Rutangaaza Global Peace
Conference. Where some answers and accountability are derived and felt
when one sees Osama bin Laden expressing apology to the world for his
terror deeds and for misrepresenting Islam. And you see him crying and
promising that if he got chance to come back on earth he would be a
leading demobiliser of terrorists in the world. But also some moments at
the conference piss you off like when you see him (Osama bin Laden)
saying that he misses his family especially his mother and children then
you ask yourself where were these feelings when he was executing plots
to kill people in masses. And indeed at the conference some participants
heckled at him and when you as the reader you are about to burst with
questions for him and possibly contemplating to attack him at the
conference screen, then he tells you that terrorism ideology and
propaganda is powerful because it deludes people of such normal feelings
and makes them objects of terror. Then when you analyse his response
you realize that the world could have spent over $ 5 trillion since 9/11
fighting terrorists yet the problem is terrorism- indeed it is a fact
that you can shoot a terrorist and kill him like Osama bin Laden but
miss terrorism. So what can we do to shoot terrorism? Osama bin Laden,
9/11 victims and the global delegates made suggestions to the world.
Indeed the Rutangaaza conference ends well with a communiqué from the
9/11 victims, Osama bin Laden and the global witnesses. In the end you
realize this is a book that could end terrorists and terrorism and save
the world billions of dollars that are spent on terror related wars
every year.

Finally If you have lost a loved one like the 9/11 victim families
or any other person in the world has who lost loved ones to terrorists,
at the glance of this title you probably feel like no this book is an
insult to me-how can the killer of my loved one meet them like in case
of 9/11 families, but when you realise the fact that the author of the
book was meters away to a devastating terrorist attack of Al-Qaeda
mentored Al-shabaab then you are comforted that you are in safe hands
because the writer took care of any emotions and ethics relating to
terrorist victims and their families in the book.


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