Los judíos reclaman sinagoga de Toledo

La comunidad judía de Toledo construyó Santa María la Blanca hacia el año 1300. Un siglo después, en 1411, san Vicente Ferrer se la quitó durante una matanza de judíos. Toledo tenía otras sinagogas, pero Santa María la Blanca era la Mayor. La comunidad judía pide ahora su devolución. “En el siglo XXI, en un país como España, una devolución simbólica de ese bien expoliado a la comunidad judía sería bonito”, dice Isaac Querub, presidente de la Federación de Comunidades Judías Españolas.

Con el silencio, el arzobispo tiene suficiente para mantener las cosas como están. La comunidad judía tiene pocas alternativas más que insistir en un gesto de la Iglesia o en una negociación a varias bandas con el Estado. Los tribunales no son posibles porque la comunidad judía actual no es heredera de la comunidad histórica toledana.

El mensaje de silencio desde el arzobispado venía acompañado de esta otra excusa, que parece quitarle peso simbólico a la petición judía: “En la actualidad Santa María la Blanca no es una iglesia ni una sinagoga. En ella no se celebra culto oficial de ninguna confesión. Se trata de un edificio histórico que la archidiócesis cuida, conserva y mantiene”. El templo es hoy un monumento turístico y está desacralizado, pero se hacen actos esporádicos que no implican misa.

Comentario Neo Cohn: Puro victimismo de quienes no tienen ningún título legal y solo quieren hacer ruido. En Israel mientras tanto queman iglesias y escupen a los sacerdotes cristianos inpunemente.

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  1. -La intervención judía en la invasión de Hispanie-

    Another famous betrayal of a country bit its Jews took place in Spain. In his History of
    the Jews, Vol. III, p. 109, Professor Graetz relates: “The Jews of Africa, who at various
    times had emigrated thither from Spain, and their unlucky co-religionists of the
    Peninsula, made common cause with the Mahometan conqueror, Tarik, who brought
    over from Africa into Andalusia an army eager for the fray. After the battle of Xeres
    (July, 711 A.D.), and the death of Frederic, the last of the Visigothic kings, the
    victorious Arabs pushed onward, and were everywhere supported by the Jews. In every
    city that they conquered, the Moslem generals were able to leave but a small garrison of
    their own troops, as they had need of every man for the subjection of the country; they
    therefore confided them to the safekeeping of the Jews. In this manner the Jews, who
    but lately had been serfs, now became the masters of the towns of Cordova, Granada,
    Malaga, and many others. When Tarik appeared before the capital, Toledo, he found it
    occupied by a small garrison only, the nobles and clergy having found safety in flight.

    While the Christians were in church, praying for the safety of their country and religion,
    the Jews flung open the gates to the victorious Arabs (Palm Sunday, 712 A.D.),
    receiving them with acclamations, and thus avenged themselves for the many miseries
    which had befallen them in the course of a century since the time of Reccared (The
    ‘miseries’ which the Jews claimed prompted them to treason was explained by Professor
    Graetz. King Reccard ‘the most oppressive of all was the restraint touching the
    possession of slaves. Henceforward the Jews were neither to purchase Christian slaves
    nor to accept them as presents.’ (History of the Jews, Vol. III, p. 46)) and Sisebut (The
    ‘miseries’ of King Sisebut was that he was annoyingly determined to convert them to
    Christianity. History of the Jews, Vol. III, p. 46)). The capital also was entrusted by
    Tarik to the custody of the Jews, while he pushed on in pursuit of the cowardly
    Visigoths, who had sought safety in flight, for the purpose of recovering from them the
    treasure which they had carried off.

    Finally when Musa Ibn-Nosair, the Governor of Africa, brought a second army into
    Spain and conquered other cities, he also delivered them into the custody of the Jews.”

    (History of the Jews, Professor Graetz, Vol. III, p. 109; The Iron Curtain Over America,
    John Beaty, pp. 194-195).

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