In the novel Night, what was so important to Elie?what happens to the foreign jews of sighet

In the novel Night, what was so important to Elie?what happens to the foreign jews of sighet

In the novel Night, what was so important to Elie?what happens to the foreign jews of sighet

In the novel Night, what was so important to Elie?what happens to the foreign jews of sighet

Given the reference point you state along with the question, I presume that you are speaking of Elie at the start of the narrative.  Eliezer is a child who believes in the spiritual notion of the good, and also believes in the collective solidarity of the Jewish people in Sighet.  Learning from Moshe the Beadle, he believes that there is a redemptive forced and power within the universe.  This helps to form much of his early belief system.  It might also be the same element that prevents many of the Jewish people in Sighet from believing Moshe when he tells of what he saw.  This element of denial causes them to expel or virtually shun Moshe when he details what he sees in store for all of the Jewish people from Sighet.
In the novel Night, what was so important to Elie?what happens to the foreign jews of sighet