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’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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== Interpretasie van kleure ==
==Interpretation of colours==
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| ''Chesed'' (DivineGoddelike Benevolencewelwillendheid)<ref>{{en}} {{cite web | url=http://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/536810/jewish/Why-the-Tallit-Barcode.htm | title=WhyWaarom thedie Tallit Barcodetalliet-strepieskode? | work=[[Chabad]] | accessdate=13 November 2014}}</ref> <-- Symbol of light, honesty, innocence and peace. ->
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| ItDit symbolizessimboliseer God'sdie Gloryglorie van God, purityreinheid anden ''Gevurah'' (G‑d'sstrengheid severityvan God)<ref>''[[NumbersBamidbar Rabbah]]'' 14:3; ''[[Hullin]]Tsjoelien'' 89a.</ref><ref>[[Book of Exodus|ExodusEksodus]] 24:10; [[EzekielEsegiël]] 1:26; ''[[Hullin]]Tsjoelien'' 89a.</ref> <-- , trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth, and heaven. ->
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== Kritiek deur Arabiese Israeli’s ==
==Criticism by Israeli Arabs==
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SomeSommige Arabiese [[Israeli-politici Arab]] politicians,sowel as welldie asHoë theOpvolgkomitee [[Highvir Follow-UpArabiese CommitteeBurgers forvan ArabIsrael Citizenshet of’n Israel]]herevaluering havevan requesteddie aIsraelse re-evaluationvlag ofaangevra themet Israelidie flag,argument arguingdat thatdie theDawidster [[Starin ofdie David]]middel atvan thedie flag'svlag centre’n iseksklusiewe anJoodse exclusivelysimbool Jewish symbolis.<ref>{{en}} {{cite web |title=The FutureDie VisionToekomsvisie ofvan PalestinianPalestynse ArabsArabiere in Israel |author=TheDie NationalNasionale CommitteeKomitee forvir thedie HeadsHoofde ofvan thedie ArabArabiese LocalPlaaslike AuthoritiesOwerhede in Israel |date=DecemberDesember 2006 |url=http://www.mossawacenter.org/files/files/File/Reports/2006/Future%20Vision%20(English).pdf |format=PDF |accessdate=8 Oktober 2009-10-08}}</ref>
 
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Talle ander volke het egter geloofsimbole in hul vlae; Moslemsimbole kom voor op die vlae van [[vlag van Algerië|Algerië]], [[vlag van Turkye|Turkye]] en [[vlag van Pakistan|Pakistan]] en Christensimbole kom voor op die vlae van [[vlag van Denemarke|Denemarke]], [[vlag van Switserland|Switserland]] en die [[vlag van die Verenigde Koninkryk|Verenigde Koninkryk]].
However, many other nations have religiously exclusive symbols on their flags as well. For example, Muslim symbols are on the flags of [[Algeria]], [[Turkey]], and [[Pakistan]], and Christian symbols are on the flags of [[Denmark]], [[Switzerland]], and the [[United Kingdom]].
 
In addition, the Star of David was not historically an exclusively Jewish symbol. In medieval times, this star was also an Islamic symbol known as the Seal of Solomon (Suleiman) and was also extremely popular among the Anatolian beyliks. States known to use the seal on their flag was the Karamanids and Jandarids. The seal was also used by Ottomans in their mosque decorations, coins and personal flags of pashas, including that of Hayreddin Barbarossa, as well as in Christian architecture such as the [[Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence]].<ref>{{cite web | url=http://tabletmag.com/jewish-life-and-religion/168156/turkish-seder-table | title=This Passover, Put a Turkish Spin on Your Seder Table | publisher=[[Tablet (magazine)]] | accessdate=13 November 2014}}</ref><ref>{{cite web | url=http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P1-194267021.html | title=Tuscany's Jewish tourist attractions. An inspiring visit to Florence, Pisa and Livorno | publisher=[[Jerusalem Post]] | accessdate=13 November 2014}}</ref>
 
Die Dawidster is boonop histories nie eksklusief ’n Joodse simbool nie. In die middeleeue was dit ’n simbool van Islam, beken as Salomo (Suleiman) se Seël en dit was uiters gewild onder die Anatoolse Beylikke. State wat die seël in hul vlag gebruik het was die Karamaniede en Jandariede. Die seël is ook deur die Ottomane gebruik in die versiering van hul moskees, munte en persoonlike vlae of pasja’s, insluitend dié van Khaïr ad-Din Barbarossa, asook in Christelike argitektuur soos die Basiliek van die Heilige Kruis in [[Florence]].<ref>{{en}} {{cite web |url=http://tabletmag.com/jewish-life-and-religion/168156/turkish-seder-table |title=Sit hierdie pasga ’n Turkse geur op u sederhouttafel |publisher=Tablet |accessdate=13 November 2014 |last=Crittenden Frum |first=Danielle |date=10 April 2014}}</ref><ref>{{en}} {{cite web |url=http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P1-194267021.html |title=Toska se Joodse toeriste-aanloklikhede. ’n Inspirerende besoek aan Florence, Pisa en Livorno |publisher=Jerusalem Post |accessdate=13 November 2014 |last=Wolak |first=Arthur |date=26 Junie 2011}}</ref>
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==Opposition by Orthodox Jews==
The [[Hasidim]] in particular were vociferous in their opposition to early Zionism and often protested against the Zionists. They even went as far as banning the [[Star of David]], originally a religious symbol appearing only in the synagogue, which had now become "defiled" by the Zionists.<ref>{{cite book|title=Diaspora Nationalism and Jewish Identity in Habsburg Galicia|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=rji2GtPYn50C|accessdate=9 May 2013|date=31 August 2012|publisher=Cambridge University Press|isbn=978-1-107-01424-4|pages=172–173}}</ref> Rabbi [[Moses Feinstein]] called the Israeli flag "a foolish and meaningless object" and discouraged its display in synagogues.<ref name="Rabkin2006">{{cite book|author=Yakov M. Rabkin|title=A threat from within: a century of Jewish opposition to Zionism|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=fTx2AAAAMAAJ|accessdate=16 August 2011|year=2006|publisher=Fernwood Pub.|isbn=978-1-55266-171-0|page=166}}</ref> The [[Chazon Ish]] wrote that praying in a synagogue decorated with an Israeli flag should be avoided even if there was no other synagogue in the area.<ref>Yakov Rabkin. [http://www.palint.org/article.php?articleid=19 Judaism vs Zionism in the Holy Land], A Threat from Within: A Century of Jewish Opposition to Zionism, Fernwood/Zed Books, 2006.</ref> Former Sephardic Chief Rabbi of Israel, [[Ovadia Yosef]], also forbade the flying of the Israeli flag in synagogues, calling it "a reminder of the acts of the evil-doers."<ref>{{cite book|title=Diaspora Nationalism and Jewish Identity in Habsburg Galicia|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=rji2GtPYn50C|accessdate=9 May 2013|date=31 August 2012|publisher=Cambridge University Press|isbn=978-1-107-01424-4|pages=172–173|quote=Perhaps, the most prominent Sephardic legal authority, Rabbi Ovadia Yosef of Jerusalem, upholds Rabbi Feinstein's verdict and, in his comment, specifies that "those who chose this flag as a symbol of the State were evil-doers." Emphasizing that removing the flag, "a vain and useless object," from the synagogue should be done in harmony and peace, he recommends "uprooting all related to the flag so that it should not constitute a reminder of the acts of the evil-doers."}}</ref> Strictly Orthodox Jews in Israel never display the Israeli flag<ref name="Litvak2006">{{cite book|author=Meir Litvak|title=Middle Eastern Societies and the West: Accomodation Or Clash of Civilizations?|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=_cpjrIcHoQkC&pg=PA287|year=2006|publisher=The Moshe Dayan Center|isbn=978-965-224-073-6|page=287|chapter=Haredim and Western Culture: A View from Both Sides of the Ocean|quote=Note 31: This display of flags stands in sharp contrast with the negative attitude of Israeli Haredim toward the Israeli flag, which consequently is never displayed on Israeli Haredi homes or businesses.}}</ref> and some resort to burning it on Israel’s independence day.<ref name="GoodeBen-Yehuda2010">{{cite book|author1=Erich Goode|author2=Nachman Ben-Yehuda|title=Moral Panics: The Social Construction of Deviance|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=SbY2Mksi1kcC&pg=PA16|date=19 January 2010|publisher=John Wiley & Sons|isbn=978-1-4443-0793-1|page=16|quote=Many haredim or ultra-orthodox Jews believe that the state of Israel should not be considered legitimate until the messiah manifests himself. Hence, some anti-Zionist haredi factions practice the burning of the Israeli flag on Independence Day}}</ref>
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