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image located by Martin Karner


image located by Martin Karner

On the website of Amishav [retrieved] I found the photo of a boy of the Bnei Menashe tribe holding a self-made Israeli national flag and the flag of the Amishav organization.
Martin Karner, 19 October 2004

The logo, by the way, is a combination of the Hebrew letter Ayin (ע) and the English A (the first letter in the name of the organization in both languages) combined to form a Star of David (I suppose the extra thin line is added to complete the star).
Nathan Lamm, 19 October 2004

Amishav (= My people are returning) is a religious non-profitable organization operating mainly in India and Spanish speaking countries.
Dov Gutterman, 19 October 2004

The Israeli organizations, Amishav is one of them, are helping the Menashes to relocate to Israel, re-convert and settle there.
Israeli government doesn't want to aggravate the Indians and keeps quite on the subject of the New Jerusalem state, however temporary it might be.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 19 October 2004

Birthright Israel

[Birthright Israel] image located by William Garrison

Links to 2 images of the "Birthright Israel" movement can be found:
on flagpole: 
in hands of members
The flag is white with the organization's logo in two shades of blue and the name in Hebrew and English.
William Garrison, 6 January 2022

"פרויקט תגלית" (English: Discovery Project) colloquially known as "תגלית" (English: Discovery) (romanized as Taglit), also referred to as "זכות אבות" (English: Patriarchal right) and even known as "Birthright Israel" is a not-for-profit educational organization that sponsors free ten-day heritage trips to Israel, Jerusalem, and the Golan Heights for young adults of Jewish heritage, aged 18–32 in order to strengthen ties of the Jewish Diaspora with its homeland. It has its roots as far back as 1994 although it was formally established in December, 1999 and the first trips were conducted in 2000.


The flag is the logo on the middle of a white horizontal background.

Esteban Rivera, 16 June 2022


[Birthright Israel] image located by Esteban Rivera

Variant without Hebrew lettering

[Birthright Israel] image located by William Garrison

A variant of a Taglit (Birthright) flag, but without any tie-in Hebrew-alphabet letters; c. Jan. 2024 seen in Israel.
William Garrison, 15 February 2024

Bnei Akiva

image located by Esteban Rivera


image located by Esteban Rivera


image located by Esteban Rivera

The flag is a blue horizontal background with the logo in the middle and below the name in both Hebrew and English in white capitals.

Bnei Akiva (Hebrew: בְּנֵי עֲקִיבָא, English: "Children of Akiva") is the largest religious Zionist youth movement in the world, with over 125'000 members in 37 (other sources mention 42) countries and 43 cities (chapters and/or branches). It was first established in Mandatory Palestine on May 28, 1929, advocating the values of Torah and labor.
Bnei Akiva in Israel is the central youth movement of the religious Zionist public and the third-largest youth movement in Israel.

There seems to be several organizations (i.e. confederations) that use the name Bnei Akiva and thus use different logos, and perhaps different flags, like:

  • Bnei Akiva Global
  • Bnei Akiva Israel
  • Bnei Akiva Samaria


    For additional information go to:
    Bnei Akiva (official website)
    World Bnei Akiva (official website)

    See also:   Warsaw ghetto (Poland) ( > contribution 3 Sep 2001)

    Esteban Rivera, 7 June 2024

    NETZER – Progressive Zionist Youth
    No'ar Zioni Reformi

    image by Eugene Ipavec, 21 December 2007

    Eugene Ipavec report a photo of a flag at The flag is of NETZER (lit. stem) which are the initials of No'ar Zioni Reformi (Progressive Zionist Youth) which is the youth movement of WUPJ (World Union of Progressive Judaism – est. 1926 in London and from 1973 had its main offices in Jerusalem).
    The WUPJ unites local  Progressive Judaism movements in 41 states with more from 1200 congregations. You can read more about Progressive Judaism at
    Same flag can be seen also at photo at
    Dov Gutterman
    , 14 December 2007

    The Emblem

    image by Eugene Ipavec, 21 December 2007