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Why was Moshe the Beadle deported from Sighet?

At the beginning of the novel, Moishe the Beadle is deported across the Hungarian border because he is a foreign Jew. He is also the only Jew living in Sighet that ends up witnessing the Gestapo committing atrocities in the Galician forest.


Keeping this in view, what happened to Moshe the Beadle when he was deported?

Several months after Moshe the Beadle and the other foreign Jews were deported, what happens to life in Sighet? The Jews had to get out and climb into lorries. They were told to work (dig huge graves). Gestapos killed them when they were done.

Additionally, why did Moshe say he returned to Sighet? Moshe the Beadle believes that he has returned to Sighet to warn the townspeople of the Nazi threat. However, when the people of Sighet heard his story, they refused to believe him. Some said that Moshe made up the story because he wanted pity. Others claimed that he had “gone mad” or that Moshe wanted money.

Just so, when was Moshe the Beadle deported from Sighet?

May 1944

Why was Moshe the Beadle important to Elie Wiesel?

Moshe the Beadle in the book “Night” was important to Eli because he represented his town and a way of life. He would study during the day and cry over the destruction of the Jewish temple at night. On day Moesha is expelled from the land because he was a foreigner.


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