Imagine being in a place where all you see is horror? Where the only reason you’re there is because of your religion. Seeing innocent people getting brutally killed, and you can’t do anything about it because you would be the next victim. There’s no way out, nowhere to escape, nowhere to hide. The suffering seems endless. The Nazis not only killed thousands of innocent Jews, they destroyed everything they valued. Including their families, faith, and humanity. The horror of the concentration camps were so unbearable Elie Wiesel had to question if God was really there. He starts to lose his perspective as a human being, after being treated like animals instead, this shows how one can act so inhuman.
Throughout Elie Wiesel’s Night, him and many prisoners began to lose their faith in God. Entering Auschwitz was the first case in which Elie began to lose his faith.


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