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The Meaning Behind The Symbolic Menorah

The Menorah

The menorah is a Jewish seven-branched candelabra. It symbolizes the faith, wisdom, light and the divine inspiration of the Jewish people in upholding their faith throughout the oppression and martyrdom they experienced in the history. Also, the menorah serves to be the badge of the state of Israel.Originally, the Menorah is created in the form of gold and it is used...

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The Rule of King David


King David was the second king of Israel which was known as the United Kingdom. He was also the founder of the dynasty. The people portrayed him as a great king. He was a brilliant war man and poet, and he was also excellent at playing the violin. King David volunteered to fight Goliath of Gath who was a giant terrorizing...

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David And His Harp

David with Harp

King Saul had been physically and emotionally struggling because of his illness.Several doctors were called but none of them has able to treat his poor health.The sound produce by the harp provides health effect to people who listen to it. King Saul’s servants are aware of this. Although no one can give a scientific reason for it. The servants still believe...

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Jerusalem: Then and Now

Jerusalem than and now

Jerusalem is considered to be one of the oldest cities in the world. The beauty of Jerusalem is an inspiration to all countries and this is why it was given the title: “The City of Gold.”The history of Jerusalem is 3,000 years old and it was a time when King David reigned over Jerusalem and made it the capital city. His...

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How the Flag of the State of Israel Came to Be

Israel flag

There are several progressions in the development of the current flag of Israel. In 1884, at the celebration of Moses Montefiore’s 100th birthday, the flag with two blue stripes against a white background was presented and it was stated to the general public that this will be Israel’s national colors. It had an image of the prayer shawl with a blue...

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Provisional Government of Israel

Government Press Office

Official Gazette: Number 1; Tel Aviv, 5 Iyar 5708, 14.5.1948 Page 1The Land of Israel was the birthplace of the Jewish people. Here their spiritual, religious and political identity was shaped. Here they first attained to statehood, created cultural values of national and universal significance and gave to the world the eternal Book of Books.After being forcibly exiled from their land,...

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Machane Yehuda Market

Machane Yehuda

The world famous symbols of Jerusalem include the Western Wall, the Tower of David and the Mahane Yehuda market. The Western Wall and the Tower of David represent the historical religious character of Jerusalem, the place from which the Jewish people developed. The Mahaneh Yehuda market, on the other hand, represents the contemporary - the beating heart of Jerusalem and uniquely...

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58 (נח) Shapes of NiStar

58 Shapes

Jerusalem has about 70 names according to the Bible and the Jewish Midrash.Salem or Shalem was ruled by Melchizedek in the time of Abraham. This is evident in the Book of Genesis and Psalm 76:2. Salem/Shalem/Shalim is the Canaanite god of dusk, sunset, the end of the day, the nether world, health and perfection.Biblical Hebrew - לם š-l-m which means “whole”...

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