Napoleon is a well known conquerer in history. What was his relationship to the Jewish people? It’s actually quite confusing.
Napoleon – Did He Like the Jews or Not?
This video leaves people questioning what type of relationship Napoleon really had with the Jewish people. But there is one story that is an important lesson for the world.
The story goes as follows: Napoleon saw Jews mourning on the floor on the 9th of the Hebrew month of Av. He had no idea what had happened. He was then told that the Jewish Temple was destroyed 1700 years beforehand. Napoleon responded by saying that a people who mourn their Temple from so long ago will merit to see it rebuilt.
Whether the story is true or not, the lesson is definitely necessary for the Jewish nation and the world to understand. The connection between the Jewish people, their Temple, and Jerusalem is unbreakable. The fact that the Jewish people still yearn for their Temple to be rebuilt for thousands of years is remarkable. The Jews have a land and a history. They can literally point to and touch their rich culture. No one can say the same of the “Palestinian” people who try to steal the land of Israel from the Jews.
One day, everyone will wake up to the truth. People will know that the Jews belong in their ancient, ancestral homeland, Israel. No one will question it or reject Jewish sovereignty over all of Israel – including Judea and Samaria.