Star of David


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Star of David

an emblem symbolizing Judaism and consisting of a six-pointed star formed by superimposing one inverted equilateral triangle upon another of equal size

Star of David, Mogen David

A six-pointed star composed of two equilateral triangles, one superimposed upside down on the other; a symbol of Judaism.
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When the existence of the Star of David was first reported last week in the Tehran media, there were swift calls for its immediate removal, with the presence of the star being treated as offensive.
But the management was shocked with some complaints from parents about books with the Star of David on them being sold to children.
The Star of David has, unfortunately, been transformed into a Jewish nationalist symbol.
"The warm British accent, the hot little number and a coterie of fans as well as Colin Farrell, sporting a Star of David dangling from his neck.
They were each topped with a cast aluminum Star of David. Glenridge Fabricators of Queens fabricated the stainless steel armatures.
Available in such shapes as a butterfly, sun, flip flop, fish, dragonfly, the Star of David and more these new molds allow your students to be the designer of delightful sun catchers and unique paperweights.
This allows the viewer immediate contact with the work, which moreover heightens its playful quality (word play, exuberant gestures) and recourse to explicit symbolics: universal brand names (Coca-Cola), money (the dollar sign), widely diffused images (NASA's Mars rover, Spirit), symbols of various religions (the Star of David).
a 5 a.m.; Meet a Think Tank Kid, 12:15 y 2:15 p.m.; Star of David Hanukkah Card, 9:30 a.m.
Description: The flag of Israel shows the Magen David (the Shield or Star of David) in blue against a white background.
The Nazi governor of Poland requires Jews to wear the Star of David on their clothing for identification.