Emancipation of the Jews 03: France and the French Revolution since 1789
Napoleon brings emancipation of the Moses Fantasy Jews in France and abroad - assembly and Sanhedrin - restrictions
[Mosad] Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): History, vol. 8, col. 1807: Sanhedrin under Fantasy Jesus Napoleon in 1807
"Grand Sanhedrin des Israélites de France" [[Great Sanhedrin of the Israelites of France]], lithograph by Emile Vernier depicting the meeting of 45 rabbis and 26 lay leaders convened by Napoleon on February 4, 1807, to confirm the decisions taken by the Assembly of Jewish Notables. Courtesy Association Consistoriale Israélite de Paris.
from: History; In: [Mosad] Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 8
presented by Michael Palomino (2007 / 2019)
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<THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.
[Egalitarianism overcomes strong anti-Jewish traditions in Jesus Fantasy France - faster rights for the Sephardi Moses Fantasy Jews than for the Ashkenazi Moses Fantasy Jews - total emancipation since 1791 - and loss of Jewish Moses Fantasy culture]
With the growing of revolutionary sentiment after the [[Jesus Fantasy]] American Revolution
[[and after the revolutions with the independences of the South "American" states under Bolivar from colonialist Spain]],many people were prepared to regard the equality of the [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews as a test case for the application of egalitarianism as a guideline for political and social life. Yet the [[Jesus Fantasy]] *French Revolution did not grant immediately or as a self-understood matter equality of rights to Jews. Despite the preparatory work accomplished by the historiography of Jacques *Basnage and the works of Abbé *Grégoire, the hostile tradition of public opinion toward [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews was still very strong in [[Jesus Fantasy]] France.
In the long and complicated discussions and legal enactments that took place between 1789 and 1791 an important role was played by the fact that many in [[Jesus Fantasy]] France were ready to grant - and indeed granted - rights to the "good" Sephardi Jews of the south, while they were reluctant to grant similar grants to the "uncivilized" Jews of Alsace-Lorraine. Jewish [[Moses Fantasy]] emancipation met here - not for the first time in history, but for the first time in the course of emancipation in modern times - with the fact that the egalitarian principle is dependent upon popular sentiment, and often these do not coincide in regard to the attitude toward [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews.
Final emancipation was carried through in the end as a matter of revolutionary logic by Robespierre and his followers in 1791. The same logic demanded that emancipation be granted only to Jews as individuals - which, spelled out in practice, meant only to Jews ready and willing to leave their own culture and identify and to assimilate into the French - and not to [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews as members of a separate nation.
[[Jesus Fantasy]] NAPOLEON BONAPARTE AND THE FRENCH SANHEDRIN.
[Napoleon brings emancipation to the Moses Fantasy Jews abroad - Napoleon does not like the independent spirit of the Moses Fantasy Jews]
The tensions and complexities underlying emancipation in a country of old anti-Jewish tradition were brought into sharp relief under Emperor *Napoleon Bonaparte. On the one hand, he carried on the tradition of the French republican revolutionary armies, which had brought equality to Jews in the Netherlands, in Italy, and in German cities and principalities. On the other hand, Napoleon sensed the historic unity and character of the Jews and disliked their independent spirit.
He was also sensitive (col. 712)
to the disturbing problem of [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish moneylending as it had emerged in Alsace-Lorraine. He therefore turned to ancient notions of creating a semi-representative type of leadership for Jews as an instrument for carrying out his objectives concerning them.
[1806: Assembly of Jewish Notables - the French Sanhedrin with members from France, Italy, and Germany - balance between integration and own law and tradition - Napoleon's restriction laws to the Jews]
In 1806 he convened an *Assembly of Jewish Notables and later on created a Sanhedrin (see French *Sanhedrin) to give religious sanction to the answers of the Assembly to the questions put to it by his emissaries. The two institutions, constituted of Ashkenazi and Sephardi members from France, Italy, and Germany [[so it was rather a European Sanhedrin]], accepted the main demands of the centralist empire while striving to keep as far as possible within the framework of Jewish law and tradition.
The Sanhedrin's decisions of 1807 to a large extent provide an explanation of [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish customs and morals in terms understandable to French Bonapartist society. They cover much legal ground, and, without explicitly departing from the basis of messianic hope and [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish national cohesion, make patriotism to the present-day state "the religious duty of all Jews who were born or who settled in a state, or who are so considered according to the laws and conditions of the state to regard this state as their fatherland"
/ ... de regarder le dit Etat comme sa patrie /"
from Décisions Doctrinales du Grand Sanhédrin qui s'est tenu à Paris au mois d'Adar Premier, l'an de la Création 5567 (Février 1807),
Sous les Auspices de Napoléon-Le-Grand, Avec la traduction littérale du texte Français en Hébreu (1812), 42.
While exacting this declaration of French patriotism from the [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish notables and rabbis, Napoleon prepared a series of laws which in practice limited the equality of Jews before the law. Demanding from the [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews the full consequence of emancipation, he denied them part of its content. It is a historical irony that Napoleon's decrees against the Jews lapsed through their non-renewal by the Restoration Bourbon regime.
[since 1815: The emancipation laws after Napoleon abroad]
In the west of [[Jesus Fantasy]] Europe the Jewish status did not deteriorate after the downfall of Napoleon: the struggle for full emancipation of the Jews in England went on in a relatively tranquil atmosphere; the Netherlands, and *Belgium separated from it in 1830, retained Jewish emancipation. In [[Jesus Fantasy]] France, after the lapse of the Napoleonic decrees in 1818, the condition of the [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews continued to improve. In 1831 the state began to pay salaries to rabbis; in 1846 the last minor legal disabilities for Jews were abolished through the influence of Adolphe *Crémieux, a French Jewish statesman who obtained in 1870 the decree conferring equality on the [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews of Algeria.> (col. 713)
[Mosad] Encyclopaedia Judaica: History, vol. 8, col. 711-712
[Mosad] Encyclopaedia Judaica: History, vol. 8, col. 713-714
Napoleon brings emancipation of the Moses Fantasy Jews in France and abroad - assembly and Sanhedrin - restrictions Egalitarianism overcomes strong anti-Jewish traditions in Jesus Fantasy France - faster rights for the Sephardi Moses Fantasy Jews than for the Ashkenazi Moses Fantasy Jews - total emancipation since 1791 - and loss of Jewish Moses Fantasy culture -- Napoleon brings emancipation to the Moses Fantasy Jews abroad - Napoleon does not like the independent spirit of the Moses Fantasy Jews -- 1806: Assembly of Jewish Notables - the French Sanhedrin with members from France, Italy, and Germany - balance between integration and own law and tradition - Napoleon's restriction laws to the Jews -- since 1815: The emancipation laws after Napoleon abroad --