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On Soup/in Night by Elie Wiesel

The oft-repeated adage is “We are what we eat”. There’s more to it than that. Actually, we often eat what we are, or we eat what we’re experiencing. 138 more words


Elie Wiesel's Nobel Acceptance Speech

I recently finished reading Night, by Elie Wiesel.  The book was so beautifully expressed, so honestly written. It hurt to read, but that is why I know I must read it, and other books that remind me of suffering and help me not to forget those who suffer today.   1,210 more words

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Israel, Gaza, and the Trouble with Holocaust Analogies


The recent violence in Gaza reverberates around the world, leading to confrontations and wars of words, and testing tribal loyalties: are you with us or against us? 1,142 more words


Sara Roy Challenges Elie Wiesel

This is a must-read prophetic address by researcher Sara Roy to Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel on the latter’s contribution to Israel’s destruction of Gaza.


"A Response to Elie Wiesel"

Some of you will have read my letter to The Guardian‘s Reader’s Editor, Chris Elliott, which I posted here a few weeks ago, about the newspaper’s decision to publish an ‘advertisement’ in which Elie Wiesel accuses Hamas of ‘child sacrifice.’ 264 more words

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Review: Night by Elie Wiesel

Today I’m going to post about one of my favorite book (memoir), Night, narrated by teenager Elie Wiesel. It is a terrifying record of Wiesel’s terrifying personal memories of the Holocaust. 852 more words