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 The Star of David has been associated with Judaism since at least the third century CE and was officially adopted by the State of Israel as its national flag in 1948. The six-pointed star has roots in spiritual mysticism and is deeply associated with Jewish traditions and a Jewish sense of identity. Today, a Magen David represents Judaism, Israel and Zionism, and its iconic shape decorates synagogues, art and Judaica pieces across the world. The Star of David has been associated with Judaism since at least the third century CE and was officially adopted by the State of Israel as its national flag in 1948. The six-pointed star has roots in spiritual mysticism and is deeply associated with Jewish traditions and a Jewish sense of identity. Today, a Magen David represents Judaism, Israel and Zionism, and its iconic shape decorates synagogues, art and Judaica pieces across the world.
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