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'I've seen too much blood in my life'

Scores of her relatives were slain in Rwanda. Now, she pleads for the thousands dying in Sudan.

By Irene Sege
Globe Staff / April 15, 2006

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A rabbi has already explored Isaiah's entreaty to ''unlock the fetters of wickedness" when a young African-born woman takes the podium. Sifa Nsengimana's audience of 50, mainly middle-age Jews is ending a bring-your-own-sandwich series on Scripture with a panel on putting the prophets into action. Her charge is to tell her family's story, the tale of more than 85 relatives ... (Full article: 1597 words)

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