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Ons het geen vlag nie. Ons benodig een. Indien ons baie mense wil lei moet ons ’n simbool bo hul kop hys. Ek dink aan ’n wit vlag met goue sterre. Die wit veld beteken die nuwe, reine lewe; die sterre is die sewe goue ure van die werksdag. Omdat die werksadel die Jode na ’n nuwe land sal lei.</blockquote>
 
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[[David Wolffsohn]] (1856–1914), a’n businessmansakeman prominentwat ’n prominente rol in thedie earlyvroeë ZionistSionistiese movementbeweging, was awarebewus thatdaarvan thedat nascentdie Zionistontluikende movementSionistiese hadbeweging nogeen officialvlag flag,gehad andhet thatnie theen designdat proposeddie byontwerp wat deur [[Theodor Herzl]] wasvoorgestel gainingis, noondersteuning significantgeniet supporthet, wrotehet geskryf:
 
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Op aandrang van Herzl, ons leier, het ek na Basle gekom ter voorbereiding van die Sionistiese Kongres. Onder die probleme wat my aandag geverg het was een wat die wese van die Joodse probleem omvat het. Watter vlag moet in die Kongressaal hang? Dit het my toe bygeval dat ons reeds ’n vlag het – dit is blou en wit. Die talliet waarmee ons onsself bedek wanneer ons bid: dit is ons simbool. Kom ons haal die talliet uit sy sak en ontvou dit voor die oë van Israel en alle volke. Ek het gevolglik ’n blou en wit vlag met ’n Dawidskild daarop geverf, bestel. Dit is hoe die nasionale vlag ontstaan het.</blockquote>
At the behest of our leader Herzl, I came to Basle to make preparations for the Zionist Congress. Among many other problems that occupied me then was one that contained something of the essence of the Jewish problem. What flag would we hang in the Congress Hall? Then an idea struck me. We have a flag—and it is blue and white. The talith (prayer shawl) with which we wrap ourselves when we pray: that is our symbol. Let us take this Talith from its bag and unroll it before the eyes of Israel and the eyes of all nations. So I ordered a blue and white flag with the Shield of David painted upon it. That is how the national flag, that flew over Congress Hall, came into being.</blockquote>
 
WhileHoewel thishierdie flagvlag emphasizesdie [[Jew]]ishJoodse [[religiousgeloofsimbole symbolism|religiousbeklemtoon symbols]],wou [[Theodor Herzl]] wanted thedat flagdie tovlag havemeer moreuniversele universalsimbole symbolsmoes bevat: 7 goldengoue starssterre symbolizingvir thedie 7-houruur workingwerkskwota quotavan ofdie theverligte enlightenedte state-to-bestigte staat, which wouldwat havesosialistiese advancedwetgewing socialistsou legislationsbevorder.<ref name="scholem">{{en}} {{cite news| author|first=[[Gershom |last=Scholem|Sholem, G.]]| title=The Curious History of the Six Pointed Star; How the 'Magen David' Became the Jewish Symbol | work=[[Commentary (magazine)|Commentary]]| date=September 1949 | page=243-251 | url=http://www.commentarymagazine.com/article/the-curious-history-of-the-six-pointed-starhow-the-%e2%80%9cmagen-david%e2%80%9d-became-the-jewish-symbol/| accessdate=2013-11-19}}</ref>
 
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A flag with blue and white stripes and a [[Magen David]] in the center flew with those of other nationalities from one of the buildings at the [[Louisiana Purchase Exposition]] of 1904.<ref>[http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=132&letter=Z&search=Zionism Zionism article (section ''Wide Spread of Zionism'')] by Richard Gottheil in the [[Jewish Encyclopedia]], 1911</ref> It flew there in relation to large meetings of [[Zionists]]. That expo was the [[World's Fair]] hosting the [[1904 Summer Olympics]].
 
’n Vlag met blou en wit bane en ’n Dawidster in die middel het in 1904 saam met vlae van ander lande van een van die geboue by die Louisiana Wêreldtentoonstelling gehang.<ref>{{en}} {{cite web |url=http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=132&letter=Z&search=Zionism |title=Sionisme (afdeling ''Verspreiding van Sionisme'') |first=Richard |last=Gottheil |publisher=Jewish Encyclopedia |date=1911 }}</ref>
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