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image by Dov Gutterman
Moledet (Homeland Israel-Land Trustees
Movement and Thiya [Revival former right wing party]
Veterans. founded 1988) is a small right wing party - flag shows
its logo [instead of the Magen David] on the national flag.
Dov Gutterman, 13 December 2000
The logo of the Moledet Party can be seen at their website. The leaves
stand for the roots of the Jewish people as the Jewish people
grew out of their homeland, Israel. It also stands for the youth
and children of Israel.
Gary Selikow, 8 February 2002
The flag shows the inscription of the party name (the bottom
part of the logo) instead of the Magen David [on the national flag].
Dov Gutterman, 9 February 2002
Note that Moledet has some environmental aspects to their
platform as well, perhaps related to their whole land
approach. Hence the leaf. Note also that Moledet is now part of a
larger parliamentary group, HaIkhud
HaLe'umi (The National Union).
Nathan Lamm, 9 February 2002