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In Ani Maamin, Wiesel navigates the extremes between shallow religious fervor and glib atheism.
If this means Sidney Blumenthal's clout in the Clinton camp has lost some of its shine, too, then the entire scandal was well worth it.
He seemed never able to resolve in his own mind whether the world had for a season been polluted by demons from a nether world or that humanity had simply run amok.
Wiesel was criticized by some in the Orthodox community for what they viewed as his rejection of faith in God after the Holocaust. But Weisel, who studied Jewish religious texts daily throughout his adult life, resented the allegation.
The world appreciated the efforts of Wiesel, and awarded him the Nobel Peace Prize in 1986 for "his message ...of peace, atonement and human dignity."
For ten years after the war, Wiesel refused to write about or discuss his experiences during the Holocaust.
Those who use either chemical, or even conventional weapons to slaughter innocent people must be held accountable.
Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/sections/features/features-on-jewish-world/elie-wiesel-from-night-to-faith/2016/07/14/
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