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Adolf Hitler attempted to massacre an entire group of people in the Final Solution during the Holocaust Not only did he strive for genocide but also his goal was to abolish the belief and faith that had been practiced and been persecuted in the last 3000 years Many Jews that were sent to ghettos and concentration camps lost faith in God and stopped believing in Him Others though kept the fire of tradition burning throughout the long night The survivors of the Holocaust that tried to preserve the Jewish faith through the hours of darkness have taught people to keep their faith strong and have everlasting hope David Weiss Halivini was a goal oriented well learned teenager in Romania during the 1930s and 1940s He hoped to one day become the rabbi of a small village in the Carpathian Mountains His dreams were abruptly halted when Germany invaded Romania in 1942 When David was forced into a ghetto he continued his Jewish learning which included the study of the Torah and Talmud David ignored the events of the world around him Soon after the invasion David and his entire family were sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp and his faith was severely put to a test When David and his family arrived at Auschwitz David was separated from his family and was sent to the Gross-Rosen labor camp to work on a team that cut stones for building roads The work was strenuous but he was able to handle it because he had hope in God That hope was beginning to fade until David spotted a guard eating a sandwich wrapped in a bletl a page from a Jewish religious text David ran to the guard and asked for the text and immediately gained his once questioned hope back That one page Paragraph 434
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