The cruelty of the German officers also changed the other Jews as well. The events of the Holocaust forces the prisoners to fend for themselves, and not help others. On Elie’s fourth day at Buna, some prisoners are chosen by the Kapos to work in a warehouse counting bolts, bulbs, and small electrical parts. Elie describes the Kapos choosing the prisoners to work: “Each one began to choose the men he liked: "You...you...you... " They pointed their fingers, the way one might choose cattle, or merchandise” (Wiesel 49). The Kapos treat prisoners
Why Did Jews Treat Each Other Inhumanely What do you think is the reason what makes those Jews treat other humans so inhumanity? In the book Night by Elie Wiesel, Jews are treated so badly by the Nazis in many ways. Therefore, they treat badly to other humans because the Jews lost their faith, they want to survive in the camp, and they were treated as subhuman which means they don’t need to be civilized anymore. First of all, the Jews acted so inhumanly to others because they wanted to survive in the camp. A father and a son both died because they were fighting for a bread in order to survive.
Through the eyes of the disciple Paul, he seemed to very angry when it came down to the way that the Antioch Gentiles were treated by the Jews that worshipped and believed in the same God that they believed in. (Dunn 4) During this time, they were also rejected by their own leaders as well but Jesus still raised them from dead for this was right (Dunn
Racism In Elie Wiesel's memoir Night he goes threw the holocaust and the horrible things that happened to the people in the concentration camps. Elie was a jew who lived in the town of Sighet. He was put in a ghetto at the age of 15 in the year 1944. He then spends time working hard and trying to survive for his father until the day of his father's death on january 28, 1945 just months before his liberation on April 11, 1945. In the book Night there was a lot of racism toward the jews, the disabled and others.
All the suffering and destruction to Jerusalem has been brought on by God however he was right to do so as the people did not listen to him. Therefore, they brought it upon themselves. “The Lord has rejected all my warriors in the midst of me; he proclaimed a time against me to crush my young men; the Lord has trodden as in a wine press the virgin daughter Judah” (Lamentations 1:15). Another key theme throughout the book is sin. The people were murdered and sent into exile both consequences of their sin because Judah did not obey God.
Sights you see, events you take part in, people you kill never really seem to leave your conscious and sometimes haunt you. This eats away at the sanity of many soldiers who’ve seen the face of the the fight. Joseph Robertson, a WWII veteran, clearly recalls a time from the war when he killed a young german boy. He described the boy he killed as a “blonde, blue eyes, fair skin, so handsome he was like a little angel(German in the Woods). Joseph, at the age of eighty six, still would wake up during the night crying over the german boy he killed and claimed that specific memory the saddest in his lifetime.
In the novel Night the protagonist, Elie Wiesel, narrates his experiences as a young Jewish boy surviving the Holocaust. Elie 's autobiographical memoir informs the reader about how the Nazis captured the Jews and enslaved them in concentration camps, where they experienced the absolute worst forms of torture, abuse and inhumane treatment. Dehumanization is shown in the story when the Jews were stripped of their identities and belongings, making them feel worthless as people. From the start of Elie Wiesel 's journey of the death camps, his beliefs of his own religion is fragile as he starts to lose his faith. Lastly, camaraderie is present as people in the camps are all surviving together to stay alive so as a result the people in the camp shine light on other people 's darkness.
The man Jesus healed is actually possessed, he called himself “Legion” because “for many demons had entered him” (Luke 8:26-39). Jesus also disseminates the demons on to another, but he chooses pigs because they already have no soul. The Warden Hal Moores Melinda’s symbolizes Judas. He signed the execution note after John had just cured his wife of cancer after he promised to not do that. Like Judas he was a traitor because he made a promise but failed to maintain it.
Jack and Ralph are a lot like Cain and Abel. Cain murdered his brother because of that he got a mark on his arm so that no one could kill him. The boy with the mulberry birthmark was murdered at the first signal fire due to the other boys neglect. Simon is a god like figure. Simon took care of the littluns and Piggy, he is tempted, confronts evil, frees the parachuter from death, and he suffers.
These violations are being compared to the holocaust, “This may sound like Nazi Germany, but these are the horrors being lived through in North Korea today” (Walters, G.). North Korea has around thirty concentration camps where a lot of brutality occurs. The people are brainwashed to worship their ‘Dear Leader’ despite the physical privations and mental tortures they have suffered. Their leader is presented as a god. There was a man that used a newspaper printed with a photograph of Kim Jong-Il, their previous leader, as a mop to clean up a spill and got sent to prison for it.
In the novel Night, Idek shows evil in every way. Idek beats on Eli’s father countless times once to try to get Eli’s gold crown from his mouth. When he wasn’t beating on one of the prisoners he was taking advantage of a young girl at the camp. We see no sign of family in Idek’s life but plenty of evil outbreaks. Even though Idek is also Jewish just like all the other members of the camps and he too treats the prisoners like the German officers would or even worse.
As Luke 22.53 recalls “Peter remembered how Jesus had told him he would deny him and he wept bitterly” (biography.com). When Judas saw what was happening to Jesus he became distraught. The Bible recalls , “ Judas who was watching from a distance became distraught by his betrayal of Jesus and attempted to return 30 pieces of silver. The priests told him his guilt was his own. He threw the coins into