Response For Night By Elie Wiesel

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Imagine you were living at the time of the holocaust and you were selected to be killed whether by your age, gender, or beliefs. Well, this actually happened to a survivor who gone through a difficult life. In the book Night by Elie Wiesel quoted, “A young Jewish boy discovered the kingdom of Night. I remember his bewilderment, I remember his anguish. It all happened so fast. The ghetto. The deportation. The sealed cattle car.” Elie Wiesel main purpose of writing this novel “Night” was to express his experience and making sure that the world do not do the same mistakes from the holocaust. To begin with, the author Elie Wiesel spokes out about the results of indifferent and how with his own situation was an example. For instance, when Elie …show more content…

According to Elie speech, he stated,“Violence is not the answer, Terrorism is the most dangerous of answers… Children and their fear. The uprooted and their hopelessness. Something must be done about their situation. Both the Jewish people and the palestinian people have lost too many sons and daughters and have shed too much blood.” To put this differently, the mindset he have in his speech was to realize that violence isn’t the key to safety but to look for peaceful mindset avoiding conflict preventing other injury. Another speech from Elie states, “Let Israel be given a chance, let hatred and danger be removed from their horizons, and there will be peace in and around the Holy Land … Without it no action be possible. And action is the only remedy to indifference, the most insidious danger of all.” On the positive side, Wiesel give us an example of forgiving our nation and starting a new future without any conflict. A new change is a good thing rather than being neither which it can do more harm than good. As shown above, it is difficult when come to decision or choices and if error occurred it is best to find a way to learn from the

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