Elie Wiesel

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Elie Wiesel
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Wiesel at the 2012 Time 100
Obra Author, professor, activist
Bangsa Romanian-born American
Katutubu Jewish
Bantug a obra Night (1960)
Galal) Nobel Peace Prize (1986)
Presidential Medal of Freedom
Congressional Gold Medal
Grand Officer of the Order of the Star of Romania
Legion of Honour
Asawa Marion Erster Rose Template:Brk(m. 1969–2016; his death) [1]
Ának 1

I Eliezer "Elie" Wiesel KBE (/ˈɛli vɪˈzɛl/;[2] September 30, 1928 – July 2, 2016) metung yang Americanung Judiung talasalulat, propesor, activistang political, sinambut Premiong Nobel ampong miligtas king Holocaust. Ya ing talasulat da reng 57 a libru, a keraklan misulat king Ingles ampong Frances, kayabe ya ing Bengi, obrang mibasi king denasan na anting metung a presu king Auschwitz ampong Buchenwald concentration camp.[3]

Bukud king pamanyulat, metung yang profesor ning humanidades king Boston University, a mitátag king Elie Wiesel Center for Jewish Studies ba yang parangalan. Mikyabe ya kareng parasan a Judio, at sinaup ya king pamitátag ning United States Holocaust Memorial Museum king Washington, D.C. Kareng kayang actividad a political, mengampania ya para kareng victima ning pamanalipit kareng lugal antimo ing Mauling Africa, Nicaragua ampong Sudan. Kinondena ne ing 1915 Armenian genocide, at mindatila yang talapamingwa ning katulirang pantau king kabilugan ning kayang bye. Inaus neng "pekamaulagang Judio king America” ning Los Angeles Times.[4]

Mirinan yang galal a Nobel Peace Prize i Wiesel anyang 1986, nung kapilan inaus ne ning Norwegian Nobel Committee a "mensajero ning meto ketawan" ("messenger mankind"), at inisplica nang kapamilata’ning kayang pamagpilit a atanggap na ing kayang "ing kayang densan a lubus a pamagpakarine ampong misnang kamuran para king pangataung linto kareng campu ning kamataya’nang Hitler", ("his own personal experience of total humiliation and of the utter contempt for humanity shown in Hitler's death camps") ampo ing kayang "practical a pamanigobra king kamatayan para king kapayapan", ("practical 's death work in the cause of peace "), at i Wiesel migdala yang mensaje ning "kapayapan, pamagsisi, ampong dignidad a pantau" ("of peace, atonement and human dignity") king meto ketawan.[5] url=http://www.laht.com/article.asp?ArticleId=2414947&CategoryId=10717 | title=Human Rights Foundation Lauds OAS Discussion on Venezuela | work=Latin American Herald Tribune | accessdate=July 3, 2016}}</ref>

  1. Central Synagogue. centralsynagogue.org.
  2. Recording of Elie Wiesel saying his name at TeachingBooks.net
  3. "Winfrey selects Wiesel's 'Night' for book club" (January 16, 2006). Retrieved on May 17, 2011. 
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  5. The Nobel Peace Prize for 1986: Elie Wiesel. Nobelprize.org (October 14, 1986). Retrieved on May 17, 2011.