Why did the Hutus in Rwanda hold a deep hatred for the Tutsis?

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  1. Jayde
    This hatred goes at least back to the colonial times: the Tutsis were favoured by the colonial power (the Belgians) and there was the concept of rich Hutus being allowed to become "honorary Tutsi".

    The Tutsi were also a minority: so they were a powerful minority and the Hutu were a less-powerful majority. This influenced the dislike the Hutu had for Tutsis.
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