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Sign: Ness Ziona - Flag trail - National Flag raising site


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Yitzhak Rabin/Trmag, Ness Ziona, Israel
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מסלול הדגל
אתר הנפת הדגל הלאומי

בכא’ טבת תרנ"א 1.1.1891 חגגו תושבי ואדי אל חנין את חג ה"שמחה המשולשת" - חנוכת ה"בית המשותף", חגיגת ברית המילה לבן כרמי, בנו הבכור של אהרון איזנברג, והנחת אבן הפינה לבית מיכאל הלפרין ול"מושבת הפועלים" שלצדו.
קהל מוזמנים רב התכנס לחגוג את האירוע מתחת לעץ התות בחצר "הבית המשותף", בהם נציגים ממושבות יהודה, אורחים מיפו, מנהיגי היישוב העברי ואנשי תנועת חובבי ציון.

בעיצומה של החגיגה, פרץ לפתע אל מרכז מעל החוגגים מיכאל הלפרין רכוב על סוסו. הוא דילג מעל המדורה, שלף את חרבו, היכה על ימינו ונשבע: "אם אשכחך ירושלים תשכח ימיני".
לקול תרועת הקהל הוציא הלפרין מכנף מעילו דגל לבן שלאורכו שני פסים כחולים ובמרכזו מגן דוד כחול. הדגל, שנשא את הכתובות "נס ציונה" באותיות זהב על אחד הפסים, הונף אל על והחוגגים פרצו בקריאות: "תחי הדגל העברי".
הייתה זו ההנפה הראשונה בתולדות עם ישראל של הדגל העברי שאומץ לימים ע"י הקונגרס הציוני והוכר בשנת 1948 כדגלה הרשמי של מדינת ישראל.
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Station # 3 on the Ness Ziona Flag trail, a route that describes historical points in the history of Ness Ziona.
Raising the Israeli flag for the first time after which the route is named, plays an important role in Ness Ziona’s legacy, the flag appears in the city’s emblem, and even the city’s house numbers contain this motif Click for sign's details

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The site that the sign points to was taken that day Click for a larger image

On the wall is the phrase "Set up a standard toward Zion; put yourselves under covert, stay not" Jeremiah Chapter 4,6 Click for a larger image

And underneath is a sign with the essence of the narrator on the sign of the flag track:
I swear! "If I forget you, Jerusalem, let my right hand forget its skill":
This oath was said by Michael Halperin at a historic event in which the first Hebrew flag was raised in Israel.
The blue and white flag in the center of it stands in the Star of David gold and the name of the settlement: Ness Ziona - a name that most symbolized the Jewish people’s desire for its own state
(1 January 1891)
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In the center of Halperin Square named after Michal Halperin stands a statue depicting the flag raising
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Translation of the text on the sign:
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The Flag trail
National Flag Lifting Site

On January 1, 1891, Wadi El Hanin residents celebrated the "triple joy" holiday - the dedication of the "Joint House", the celebration of circumcision to Ben Carmi, the eldest son of Aaron Eisenberg, and the laying of the cornerstone for Michael Halperin and the "Colony of Workers" next to it.
A large crowd gathered to celebrate the event under the strawberry tree in the "Shared House" courtyard, which included representatives from Judea’s colonies, guests from Jaffa, leaders of the Jewish community and members of the Hovavi Zion movement.

In the midst of the festivities, Suddenly broke into a center above the revelers Michael Halperin riding his horse. He skipped the fire, drew his sword, struck his right hand and swore, "If I forget you, Jerusalem, let my right hand forget its skill."
To the cheers of the audience, Halperin took off from his coat a white flag, along with two blue stripes, with a blue Star of David in the center. The banner, bearing the inscriptions "Ness Ziona" in gold letters on one of the stripes, was hoisted up and the celebrants burst out with cries: "Long live the Hebrew flag".
It was the first hoist in the Jewish people’s history of the Jewish flag, later adopted by the Zionist Congress and recognized in 1948 as the official flag of the State of Israel.




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