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  • Black=Determination, power and authority/Oil (Abaysid Dynasty) White=Virtue and Purity (Umayad Dynasty) Green=Islam Red=Blood spilled, Arab nationalism Crescent Moon and Star-Ottoman Empire 1911-conference
  • Black=Determination, power and authority/Oil (Abaysid Dynasty) White=Virtue and Purity (Umayad Dynasty) Green=Islam Red=Blood spilled, Arab nationalism Crescent Moon and Star-Ottoman Empire 1911-conference
  • Black=Determination, power and authority/Oil (Abaysid Dynasty) White=Virtue and Purity (Umayad Dynasty) Green=Islam Red=Blood spilled, Arab nationalism Crescent Moon and Star-Ottoman Empire 1911-conference
  • Crescent=Islam, Blue Lines=Tigris and Euphrates, Yellow strip=Kurdish minority.
  • Aluha Akbar was in Saddam’s handwriting in 1991---1)Stop Kuwaiti desecration of the flag. 2) get support from Clerics Stars were a symbol of the Sunnis.
  • composite of various elements representing different facets of Islamic life: Allah, the Book, the Sword, the five principles of Islam , balance, unity, neutrality, and the universal government of the downtrodden. "There is no god but God"

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  • Lebanon Turkey Iraq Egypt Syria Kuwait Libya Bahrain Qatar TRNC Saudi Arabia Algeria Morocco Yemen Iran Tunisia Oman Jordan UAE Israel Afghanistan
  • Lebanon Turkey Iraq Egypt Syria Kuwait Libya Bahrain Qatar TRNC Saudi Arabia Algeria Morocco Yemen Iran Tunisia Oman Jordan UAE Israel Afghanistan Iraq View slide
  • Iraq’s New Flag- 2004
    • “ The current flag is the only
    • one we have known all our lives…
    • it should not be changed yet,
    • until we have a free elected government and
    • parliament, and Iraq is free from foreign occupation.”
    • “ This flag represents all the coalition wants in the
    • country, unity. Maybe people will now see the
    • coalition is not at war with Islam but with people
    • against unity, democracy and peace.”
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  • Saddam Huessein Era Flag 2008 New Flag (temporary) Proposed Flag-2004
  • Iran 1964-1979 1980-present