Human Rights In The Book Night By Elie Wiesel

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Every human being has access to human rights. According to human rights are fundamental rights that belong justifiably to every living being. The book Night is about a young boy name Eliezer Wiesel. The book states all he went through during the holocaust, struggling with challenges, such as hunger, sickness, and poverty. Their rights to equality, freedom from torture and degrading, and freedom from arbitrary and exile were all violated.
The right to equality in Night was extremely violated. The Germans had zero respect for the Jews. In chapter 2 on page 33, a Hungarian lieutenant introduced himself by saying, “from this day forward you come under the authority of German soldiers” This shows the Germans had zero regard for how