It turns out that sometimes online protests help: after the public that follows the publications of the National Library came out against the publications of the library's new logo, just before it enters the new building, it turns out today (Sunday) that the library decided to keep the previous logo.
The audience attacked the fact that the words "of Israel" are not found in the Hebrew-language logo, and claimed that the logo is barren and dry and devoid of official symbols that corresponded with the Israeli flag, as it appeared in the previous logo. Now, after the online uproar, it is clear that the library has decided to listen to their audience.
It was also learned that the Minister of Education also intervened in the matter, as the minister in charge of the library, and a request was also submitted on his behalf to return to the old logo, but the Library clarifies that the decision was made regardless of his request.
The National Library of Israel said: "The change in the new logo of the National Library of Israel has sparked an important and wide-ranging public debate. This discussion attests to the strong emotional connection between the public, in all its diversity, and the National Library. In recent days we held discussions in which we considered the different opinions and arguments voiced, and it was decided that the library will return to its previous logo."
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