Professor Eli Wiesel

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Professor Wiesel lends insight to his emotions by making an important distinction. "The anger here is in me—hate is not," he says. "I write and I teach and therefore, I believe anger must be a catalyst."

For Professor Wiesel, this will most likely be his final trip to Auschwitz. "The death of one child makes no sense," he says. "The death of millions—what sense could it make? Except for here, now we know. Whenever people could try to conduct such experiments against another people, we must be there to shout and say, 'No, we remember.'"

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