Wiesel shows the reader the major role that God plays in his life, by starting his memoir with Moche, the beadle.
Moche is Wiesel's teacher in the mysteries of the Kabbala, and other secret matters of the Jewish religion.
Night illustrates the loss in human ties after the anguish of the reprehensible treatment that the Jews received every day.
Wiesel's harsh experiences cause him to question his companionship with God.
Wiesel is a dedicated reader of the Talmud and the Kabbala, highly sacred books in the Jewish religion.
During the time of his struggles, he is forbidden to practice his religion as persistently as he would like.
Our society today could not bear witness to such an event.
Hopefully we, or those that follow, will never have to.
It was the events to follow that caused him to curse God.
This hatred was directed first against other individuals.