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In Judaism, The Hamsa is also known as “YAD HA’CHAMESH” (The hand of five) or “The hand of Miriam” after the sister of Moses and Aaron. It is also connected to five books of the Torah.
The Hamsa is used to ward of the evil eye and can be found on the entrances of homes, in cars, on charm bracelets and chains and more. It is also common to place other symbols in the middle of the Hamsa that are believed to help against the evil eye such as fish, eyes and the Star of David.