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White with a blue hexagram known as the "Star of David"; a blue horizontal stripe at the top and bottom.
The design of this flag was created by David Wolfsohn in 1891 for the Zionist movement. The blue emblem in the center of the flag is the Star of David (Magen David), which has been included in Jewish flags for centuries and historically existed long before the establishment (1947) of the modern state of Israel. The colors blue and white are supposed to remind of the Jewish prayer shawl (also called Tallit, Talit, Tallis or Tallith).
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The flag of Israel consists of a white stripe and two blue stripes. The white stripe symbolizes peace and the blue stripe represents the hope and faith of the Jews. In the white stripe there is a Star of David, which is the symbol of the Jewish people.
The national flag of Israel was introduced in 1948 as a symbol of the restoration of the Jewish state. It consists of a white six-pointed star on a blue background and is an allusion to the Jewish symbol of the Star of David. The blue field symbolizes the color of the Jewish royal house and the color of the sea that surrounds Israel.
The national flag of Israel consists of a white fabric with two horizontal blue stripes. In the center of the white fabric there is a Star of David, which consists of six evenly spaced points. The color blue symbolizes the tradition of the Jewish people, while the Star of David is a symbol of the Jewish state. The white fabric symbolizes the purity of the Jewish people.