How have Elie Wiesel's feelings about God changed since his captivity began in the novel, Night?

This is fom the story night chapters 3 through 5

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Elie is angry with God, and he cannot reconcile with his God allowing the horrors the Jews are experiencing. As a result, he chooses not to fast during Yom Kippur, as a symbol of his increasing disillusionment with his faith.