The six-pointed star is actually a common symbol throughout many different religions, including Islam. Muslims know the hexagram as the Seal of Solomon — both Solomon and David were prophets, and both are mentioned in the Islamic holy book, the Quran. The hexagram appears in Islamic artifacts and mosques worldwide.
– Star of David Vs. Star of Islam, Opposingviews.com
A repeating blue and yellow Star of David/Seal of Solomon/Hexagram pattern upon the Muslim-built and Muslim-controlled Mosque on the Temple Mount known as the Dome of the Rock.
Look closely at the yellow and dark blue geometrical pattern surrounding the light blue and white striped archway. If one takes the time to examine it carefully enough, then the numerous Stars of David (each composed of 6 blue points surrounding a yellow hexagon) become clearly visible for all to see.
TOP LEFT: Hexagram Pattern, Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem
TOP CENTER RIGHT: Former Flag of Morocco until 1912
TOP FAR RIGHT: Islamic Seal of Solomon, Wall of Jerusalem
BOTTOM RIGHT: Hexagram Pattern, Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem
BOTTOM CENTER LEFT: Islamic Seal of Solomon, Wall of Jerusalem
The Isfendiyarids or Isfendiyarid dynasty (Modern Turkish: İsfendiyaroğulları, İsfendiyaroğulları Beyliği), also known as the Beylik of Sinop, the Principality of Isfendiyar and Beylik of Isfendiyar (İsfendiyar Beyliği ), its former name was Jandarids or Principality of Jandar (Candaroğulları, Candaroğulları Beyliği), was an Anatolian Turkoman beylik that ruled…between 1292–1461, in the Black Sea region of modern-day Turkey.
The flag of Jandarids may confuse many with what is now known as the Star of David. In medieval times however, this was not solely a Jewish symbol, but also an Islamic one known as the Seal of Solomon (Suleiman, son of King David) and was extremely popular amongst the Turkish beyliks of Anatolia.
– Isfendiyarids, Wikiwand.com,