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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
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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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The show also displays the ubiquitous symbols of the day--swastikas, Stars of David, and the pink triangles that branded gay men--but in peculiar ways, superimposing them on furniture and other everyday objects.
Judge Kenneth Ryskamp ruled that the symbols were not essential to or required by the Christian, Catholic, and Jewish faiths of seven families who have sued, arguing that the cemetery gave them permission to erect crosses and Stars of David a decade ago.
Afterwards, Politis presented youngsters from each of the schools with a souvenir photograph he took of Crosses and Stars of David hanging from a kiosk in the old city of Jerusalem entitled "Peaceful coexistence."
The Tehran Municipality has demolished the dome in the city's central square on Tuesday due to criticism that the monument featured Stars of David, which are associated with Judaism.