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Remember The Jews Essay

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When the Nazis try to take over the Europe during the World War II, most of the people who were more affected were the Jew people. The Jews were blamed by Hitler, he was saying via propaganda to the world that all the problems that the world had were because of the Jews and that's why they had to exterminate all the Jew population. While Hitler was doing all this, some of the Jew resistances were planning how to fight against the Nazis but we need to recognize that the Jews didn't do anything wrong, they just were living their normal lives before Hitler's appearance but with these incidents the Jews had to see their families died in front of them, they had to see their houses destroyed, etc and all this really made the Jews stand up and fight for their rights, fight for their liberty, etc, most of the Jews fought with honor, courage and dignity against their enemies, in this case the Nazis. Some Jews were fighting in the US Army, and some others fought inside of the concentration camps, inside of the ghettos, etc. there were Jews every where fighting against their enemies. The Jewish passed through many phases in which; first they had to fight against his own God, most of the Jews didn't fight because they were waiting for the messiah to come and save them, but a lot of the Jews refused to believe that the messiah will come and they lost their faith in God; second the Jews started to fight against their enemies because they just wanted to recover their land and also they were fighting to survived and get freedom; the third phase is finally the freedom of the Jew people. After all these phases most of the Jews became heroes because they never quitted the fight against their enemies and they never lost any hope to be free. That's why those who fought and gave up their life now are considered heroes, Jewish heroes.Therefore we have three sources to talk about, the first one is a book called Night written by Elie Wiesel in 1960, and it is the autobiographical account of an adolescent boy and his father in Auschwitz. Wisel in this book tell us how he suffered during the holocaust, and how he deals with his lost of faith because he was very religious but during the holocaust he lost it, he saw how his father died in front of him, he lost everything his family, friends, everything.The second source that I have to tell is a book called Dawn also written by Elie Wiesel in 1961, this short novel tell us how a young man who has survived the holocaust and settled in Palestine is apprenticed to a Jewish terrorist gang or freedom fighters, this boy is commanded to execute a British officer who has been taken hostage. This boy named Elisha had a dilemma during the book which is be a murderer and become what he hates more which is an assassin, or don't be a murdered but stop any possibility of freedom for his country.The third source is a movie called Uprising (2001) directed by Jon Avnet, Uprising is a "remarkable story remarkably told". In this movie we see...

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