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Universal Israelite Alliance

UNIVERSAL ISRAELITE ALLIANCE

Jewish organization founded in Paris on 17 May 1860 for the purpose of opening up Judaism to the world. The statement its originators made that day was meant to be understood in the tradition of the Declaration of the Rights of Man (and of the Citizen), and aimed at organizing Judaism on a universal basis, by dissociating the individual citizen from the individual member of any specific community.

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