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Through the horrors of the concentration camps, Wiesel experienced a loss of faith. He was so devastated by the gas chambers, the crematories, and the hangings until he felt a part of him died: Innocent Jews were tortured in the most horrendous Elie Wiesel lost his faith in the goodness and justice of God.
Innocent Jews were tortured in the most horrendous ways possible. Elie himself was starved. He and father were barely surviving. Elie witnessed his father being beaten unmercifully by not only the Nazis, but also the other Jews would beat his father because he could not go outside to relieve himself.
Elie witnessed a Jewish father and son kill one another over a piece of bread. This disturbed Elie so much until he gave up all hope and stopped believing in the goodness of God.
Elie lost his praise: The eternal, lord of the universe, the all-powerful and terrible was silent. What had I to thank him for? How could God be fair when innocent Jews were being killed by the millions: Watching innocent Jews being consumed by flames scarred Elie forever.
He knew that the Nazis were wrong. The Nazis were evil. He lost his mother and sister in the flames: In the end, Elie was reduced to a skeleton of a human being. He was so starved until he could only think about food. He did not even weep when his father died.
He was even relieved in a way to know that his father would no longer be a burden. He became so distant from god. How can I believe, how can anyone believe, in this merciful God?
Elie was not the only one to lose his faith. Even the most devout religious Jews begin to lose their faith.The present conflict within Israel/Palestine between the Israeli state and Palestinian Arabs living in territories occupied by Israel during the Six Day War is often pictured as mirroring a “sibling rivalry” that has been a part of biblical history for centuries.
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Loss of Faith Due to the atrocities the Jewish experienced during the Holocaust, many lost their faith in humanity and God. Many were filled with disgust, as the God they were so loyal to had abandoned them when they were subject to such cruelty.
Night Elie Wiesel Loss Of Faith. NIGHT Introduction The Holocaust was the attempt by the Nazi regime to systematically exterminate the European Jewish race during World War II. The Holocaust was a reference to the murder of around six million Jews and other minority groups such as homosexuals, gypsies and the disabled (Wiesel, ).
In the ’s the Jewish population in Romania was around . "Night" and the loss of faith Uploaded by Eduardo Davila THis essay was writen in response to the autobiographical memoir "Night" which was written by the Holocaust survivor Eliezer(Elie) Wiesel.