Embrace history and heritage with our Israeli flag, embodying authenticity and quality. Our flag of Israel is designed with everyday use in mind. The heat-resistant digital print is long-lasting, allowing it to withstand harsh sunlight. Made with a quick-drying nylon material, these flags contain water-resistant properties that will keep your flag flying high for longer.
- Made in the USA
- Authentic 1948 design
- 100% nylon
- Strong canvas header
- Brass grommets
- Long-lasting digital print
Note: To increase the lifetime of your flag, avoid use during inclement weather. Check out our blog for more tips on flag care.
History and Symbolism of the Flag of Israel
The nation of Israel has long been of significant focus in religion and 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 the major world religions originating from the area, particularly Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. These three religions consider Israel the Holy Land - many major religious sites are here.
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 was 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 lines on a tallit, the traditional Jewish prayer shawl. Blue represents God, divinity, and holiness in Jewish faith and culture.
Flag & Pole Size Recommendations for Outdoor Display
For added security, your Israel flag has a durable canvas header with brass grommets for easy and sturdy attachment to an outdoor flagpole.
2’ x 3’
3’ x 5’
4’ x 6’
5’ x 8’
6’ x 10’
If you are looking for a more formal flag for indoor use, we also offer the Israeli flag with gold fringe and a pole sleeve.
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.