In Wiesel’s uncensored Hebrew 'Night' manuscript, unveiled here for the first time, the author expresses desire to take revenge on the Hungarians, lashes out at fellow Jews and describes sexual scenes from the train to Auschwitz.03:47 01.05.16 | 5 comments
I might agree with you there, there is something different. I do have one question; Why do most Jews have declared their loyalty to Israel, even though they have never put a foot, nor have any physical connection with Israel, except their so claimed spiritual ties, and being Jewish(there are many facts dispute that connection)? The fact that they single themselves out from among all others, and they single Israel out from all other places, gives the right to others to single them out when something like this happens and call it to question? Could it work that way, or its just one sided? You see, this Special/Choosiness, if its in practice or theory, is not well adopted by all. Jews and Israelis can't give themselves special permission and restrict that liberty to do so on others. Being it what it may be. If one wants to feel chosen or special, he or she has to be chosen by others too , and some of us believe that we are all have been created equal ! Lets say, some Chinese Muslims(there are 54 Million) because they are muslims, decided to go to Mecca, and say to the Saudis we are Muslims, we belong here. We want to work for you, and be loyal to Saudi Arabia. How would you think the Chinese Gov. and people would view that? And the same goes for all others. Also , maybe more than not, there are more examples of the questioned loyalty of people just because they are Jewish to Israel than to the nation/country and people where they were born, raised and made their living. They even have a special name for them by the Mossad; Sayaneem. Don't you think that calls for curiosity?