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Paris (JTA) — Following a bitter
campaign that pitted tradition-
alists against secular modernists,
French Jewry this week re-elect-
ed Rabbi Joseph Sitruk to a sec-
ond seven-year term as France's
chief rabbi.
In voting that was open to del-
egates of the Consistoire Central,
which oversees the religious
needs of the French Jewish com-
munity, Rabbi Sitruk won the
election by 121-75, with two ab-
stentions.
Rabbi Sitruk, 49, was opposed
by Rabbi Gilles Bernheim, 42, a
chaplain serving Parisian stu-
dents.
Rabbi Sitruk, who was born in
Tunisia, had the backing of
Sephardic Jews who emigrated
to France from North Africa
when their countries became in-
dependent in the 1950s and
1960s.
Rabbi Bernheim, an Ashke-
nazic Jew from eastern France,
was supported by the leadership
of CRIF, the umbrella organiza-
tion of French Jewish communal
groups.
The campaign was marked by
charges from CRIF leaders that
Rabbi Sitruk was increasingly
leading the community in the di-
rection of his own brand of Or-
thodox Jewish fundamentalism.
Observers believe his election
victory may result in a widening
gap between the Orthodox and
secularist branches of French
Jewry.
Rabbi Sitruk had triggered
several controversies during his
first term in office.
During the campaign, there
were charges that he had been
cavalier in his handling of funds
and that he had created his own
financial network that bypassed
the Consistoire Central's fiscal
controls.
Another stir arose last month
after the French weekly Globe
Hebdo revealed that the tuition
of at least seven of the chief rab-
bi's nine children was paid for by
the Consistoire even though none
of them attended schools super-
vised by the Consistoire Central
or the mainstream French Jew-
ish Social Fund.
Rabbi Sitruk would not com-
ment on the charges.
While Rabbi Sitruk's alleged
financial improprieties were kept
relatively secret until recently,
some of his political pronounce-
ments have been a source of
widespread controversy.
Rabbi Sitruk's announcement
in March that the country's Jews
should not vote in this year's lo-
cal elections because they were
held on the first day of Passover
angered many who thought he
was driving a wedge between
French Jewry and the govern-
ment.

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