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Boris NILEVIĆ
REVIEW OF THE HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA DURING THE PERIOD OF THE OTTOMAN TURKISH RULE

Jews were always loyal to the Turkish authorities. It was partly because of the gratitude for a good acceptance here, and partly because they did not want to be hindered in their work. From the existing about them, quite a few very interesting things can be seen about their way of Kfe. The greatest majority of their colonies was interested in trade, but Jews also had some other interests. There were especially a lot of physicians among them. A Jewish colony had its own temple, its community and a statute of it, its graveyard and its school.

As very skilled merchants, Jews earned a lot of capital, raised their reputation and succeeded in gaining a noticeable influence. They were creditors of Bosnian pashas and the Turkish administration, they even credited Ortodox bishops in Bosnia, especially the bishop of Sarajevo.

The legal position of Jews was the same as of other non Moslem people in the Ottoman Empire. The central authorities in Istambul protected them by laws and firmans, issued from time to time. However, they were not always able to protect them from arbitrary valis and other individuals. That is why the Jews were subjest to frequent fines. But, mainly, Jews were loyal to the authorities, and never wanted to provoke suspicion. The esspecially did not take part in political movements or in dangerous uprisings, so frequent in the Bosnian past. Their main colonies were in the places with the central Ottoman authorities which could give them a quick and efficiant protection.

 

Dr. Boris Nivelić
OSVRT NA HISTORIJU JEVREJA U BOSNI I HERCEGOVINI ZA VRIJEME OSMANSKO-TURSKE UPRAVE
(REVEW OF THE HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA DURING THE PERIOD OF THE OTTOMAN TURKISH RULE)
Sefarad 92 str. 47-56



 
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