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During the Holocaust in which millions of Jewish men and women were deemed fit for death by a prejudice As told in Night by Elie Wiesel Eliezer a young boy from Sighet was forced to endure one of mankinds most horrendous atrocities He witnessed the daily suffering and death of humans during his time in the Nazi concentration camps He had grown apathetic to the withering away of mortal life However his reaction to the sad-eyed angel being strung upon the gallows was unique in which the angel was a symbol of his own silent god dying at the merciless hands of Nazi Germany The God in Night is described as a silent un-wavered being impassively gazing down upon his followers as they suffered and died calling out for his help Despite his deity being the Eternal Lord of the Universe the All-Powerful and Terrible he was silent Page 31 Eliezer and the other Jewish people cry out for Gods aid and mercy However their pleas were left unanswered The God in night did not save his followers from certain death he remained muted while they cried out for his help Despite the fact that he was an omnipotent being capable of anything he did nothing as those who depended upon him for mercy were answered with silence During the time Eliezer spent in the camps he was present for many hangings In particular was the execution of a young man from Warsaw As the death sentenced sliced through the air the man cried in a clam strong voice Long live liberty Page 59 He spoke out against the Nazis while the God above remained ever watchful un-wavering and silent Eliezer was unmoved by the execution instead he notices that the soup was excellent that evening Page 60 Eliezers detachment from the death of another human shows itself in aloof his speech is when he spoke of the soup The death of the
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