Elie Wiesel: After The Holocaust

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Elie Wiesel: After the Holocaust On September 30,1928, a boy named Eliezer Wiesel was born in Sighet,Transylvania or right now called Romania. He was just a 15 year old boy when he, his 3 sisters, and his parents were sent to Auschwitz with 6 million other Jews. In 1945 when the Allied Powers liberated the camps, Elie Wiesel and 2 of his sisters survived. “Sometimes you must interfere. When our lives are in danger, when our dignity is taken for granted,our borders and sensitivities become irrelevant. Whenever man or women are persecuted because of their race, religion, or country rights, that place must---at that moment---we become the one of the universe” says Elie Wiesel. Wiesel had to overcome many adversities such as death, anger, and love. These adversities made Elie Wiesel become the man he is today; he is truly a…show more content…
“We must always take our places in life.Torturing helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence entertains the tormentor not you” Elie Wiesel says. He has sat through in anger, hate, and sadness through everything the Nazis have done to Jews in the Holocaust. Because of this Elie Wiesel has become the man he is today he has talked about what happened to him all human beings deserve rights to what happens to them to what they do. How did he get through without his family next to him? His dad, sister, and mother died in the Holocaust. He would just think about them through the whole Holocaust and thought about what could have been happening to them in Auschwitz and Buchenwald. Were they dead or were they still being tortured. After all of everything he went through he didn’t hate Hitler he did not hate anyone and I especially do not think he ever will he is such a person you could think of being a role model to anyone. He is truly a humanitarian. Just as 1 person cannot live without dreams, any person cannot live without hope. If my dreams reflect the past, only my hope summons the
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