Similarities Between Anne Frank And Elie Wiesel

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Something interesting to note is that Anne Frank was in hiding for over two years in an annex with seven of people and they stayed quiet for about 9-10 hours everyday until they were caught. Anne Frank and Elie Wiesel both resisted Nazi rule and their goal to kill all jews, by keeping their religion alive, and by staying alive.. This writer will talk about how Elie Wiesel and Anne Frank resisted Nazi rule and how they did it. First up, Anne Frank and how she resisted Nazi rule. She talked about “Who has put us through such suffering? It’s God who has made us the way we are, but it’s also God who will lift us up again.”(2nd passage) and this relates to her resisting Nazi rule keeping faith that her God will keep her alive. Since she believes that God will save her she will keep her faith until the end, which she did. Her keeping faith slowed down the Nazi’s goal of destroying the Jewish culture by giving faith to the other inmates because they would pray with her to their god. Since they prayed to their God that kept their faith and hope that they would live to see liberation. …show more content…

He said that “I met him in 1941. I was almost thirteen and deeply observant. By day I studied Talmud and by night I would run over to the synagogue to weep over the destruction of the temple.”(3) Since Elie kept and practiced his faith during the Holocaust that would have also slowed down the Nazi goal of destroying anything Jewish. Since also kept his faith he also resisted Nazi rule and showed that even when horrible atrocities are being committed around you can still have faith that all be well in the future and people will learn from this and never do it

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