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Wiesel

Elie. born 1928, US human rights campaigner: noted esp for his documentaries of wartime atrocities against the Jews; Nobel peace prize 1986
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If there is any man for whom the brute honesty of popular criticism ought to be waived, it is Elie Wiesel.
During the trial, 79-year-old Mr Wiesel said he thought Hunt was trying to kidnap him when he was forcefully pulled off a lift at San Francisco's Argent Hotel last February.
At a time when it has become commonplace for revisionists to snarl that the Holocaust is a religion and Wiesel its prophet, what are we to do with a theological Auschwitz?
I have a friend, Rabbi Menashe Klein [the head of a yeshiva underwritten by Wiesel and named for his father], who quoted to me the verse in Bereshit about Ya'akov: be-makli avarti et ha-yarden [I crossed the Jordan only with my cane].
At the same time, Wiesel has insisted that the revelation of human evil that took place in Europe in the 1940s places upon us a special obligation to stand up in defense of the persecuted wherever they are found.
Wiesel looked Jackson right in the eyes and smiled sadly and very wisely and, yes, proudly and said, "I belong to a people who will never forget.
Elie Wiesel lent his name to a subsequent paperback, as did all of Peters's original endorsers.
That is why this Prize in Ethics Essay Contest was established in 1989 by our Foundation," said Elie Wiesel, founder of The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity.
Judge Thomas Buergenthal and Nuremberg prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz will receive the Museum's highest honor, the Elie Wiesel Award, at the event.
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Like Doriel, Wiesel always seems to have one more story "I need to tell you.
Today is the opening of the inaugural Petra Conference in Jordan hosted by King Abdullah II and Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel.