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The History: According to Chabapedia (in Hebrew), the flag was first printed in the Hebrew year 5755 (1994-1995) by Yaakov Ben Ari of Tzfat, Israel. The general design of the flag seems to have originated in flags printed by the World Chabad Center in the 770 for Simchat Torah of 5753 (1992) on which was printed "Yechi Hamelech" (Long Live The King)...


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Two that spring to mind are the following: In Gemara Succah 3a (amongst other places) there is a reference to Succah as being a מטללתא as in "אפומא דמטללתא" - the entrance of the Succah. See the Jastrow below for the source of the word: מַטְלָלָא, מְטָלָא m. (טְלַל I) shelter, hut, booth. Targ. Ps. X, 9 (Ms. מְטַלְלָא).—Y. Succ. III, beg. 53ᶜ ...


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