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Israel Flag

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The Israeli flag with a white field and two horizontal blue stripes. The center has a blue six-pointed Star of David. The left of the flag has a canvas header and brass grommets.
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Our nylon Israel flag is designed with everyday use in mind. The heat-resistant digital print is long-lasting, allowing it to withstand harsh sun. You should always bring your flag inside when it rains but if you happen to not be able to bring it in quickly enough before it starts pouring, the quick-drying nylon prevents your flag from losing its appearance. The lightweight nylon design will have this flag waving at all times, even in light winds.

All outdoor Israel nylon flags feature:

  • Made in the USA
  • 1948 design
  • Strong canvas header
  • Brass grommets
  • Long-lasting digital print
  • 100% Nylon 

For added security, your Israel flag is made with a durable canvas header with brass grommets for easy and sturdy attachment to an outdoor flagpole. This flag is available in multiple sizes, but the most popular choice is 3’ x 5’.


The Indoor Israel Flag is finished with a sleeve and three-sided gold fringe. Respect your beautifully customized Israeli national flag by hanging it on a top-quality indoor flagpole for a full indoor display.

The indoor Israel flag with sleeve and fringe features:

  • Made in the USA
  • 1948 design
  • Leather tab
  • Gold fringe
  • Pole sleeve 
  • 100% Nylon


The nation of Israel has long been of major focus in not only religion but world politics. The Egyptian, Greek, and Roman Empires each had a part in shaping the region, and relics of their involvement are still visible.

However, the most lasting impact of Israel is clearly the major world religions originating from the area, particularly Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. These three religions consider Israel to be the Holy Land; many major religious sites are here.

From its creation in 1948 to today, the history of the state of Israel is shrouded in conflict, complexity, and controversy. Its flag’s history, though, is much simpler. The famous six-pointed Star of David that the flag proudly highlights dates back to medieval Prague. The flag was designed as “the flag of Zion” for the Zionist Movement in the late 1800s as a symbol for organized Jewish peoples; it finalized as the Zionist, or Jewish, flag in 1897. The new nation of Israel adopted it as the Israeli flag at its creation. The blue stripes on the flag are a Jewish symbol for the stripes on a tallit, the traditional Jewish prayer shawl. Blue also represents God, divinity, and holiness in Jewish faith and culture. 

Other Details

Capital: Jerusalem
Language(s): Hebrew, Arabic
Currency: Israeli New Shekel
Government: Unitary Parliamentary Republic
Flag Meaning: The Star of David is a symbol of Judaism and a new beginning, and the blue and white represent purity, guided by the Torah.