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List of Arab flags

The following is a list of Arab flags from the Arab world.

The Arab flags usually include the color green, which is a symbol of Islam as well as an emblem of purity, fertility and peace. Common colors in Arab flags are red, black, white and green (Pan-Arab colors); common symbols include stars, crescents and the Shahada.

Arab national flags

Flag Duration Use Description
1962 to present Flag of Algeria
2002 to present Flag of Bahrain
2002 to present Flag of Comoros
1977 to present Flag of Djibouti
1984 to present Flag of Egypt
2008 to present Flag of Iraq
1928 to present Flag of Jordan
1961 to present Flag of Kuwait
1967 to present Flag of Lebanon
2011 to present Flag of Libya
1958 to present Flag of Mauritania
1956 to present Flag of Morocco
1970 to present Flag of Oman
1971 to present Flag of Qatar
1973 to present Flag of Saudi Arabia
1960 to present Flag of Somalia
1970 to present Flag of Sudan
1980 to present Flag of Syria
1831 to present [1] Flag of Tunisia
1971 to present Flag of the UAE
1990 to present Flag of Yemen

Old Arab national flags

Flag Duration Use Description
1958 Flag of the Arab Federation
1917-1920 Flag of the Arab Revolt
1972–1977 Flag of the Federation of Arab Republics
1958-1972 Flag of the United Arab Republic
1972-2002 Flag of the State of Bahrain
1963-1975 Flag of the State of Comoros
1975-1978 Flag of the State of Comoros
1978-1992 Flag of the Federal and Islamic Republic of Comoros
1992-1996 Flag of the Federal and Islamic Republic of Comoros
1996-2001 Flag of the Federal and Islamic Republic of Comoros
1922-1958 Flag of the Kingdom of Egypt
1924-1959 Flag of the Kingdom of Iraq
1959-1963 Flag of the Republic of Iraq
1963-1991 Flag of the Republic of Iraq
1991-2004 Flag of the Republic of Iraq
2004-2008 Flag of the Republic of Iraq
1969–1972 Flag of the Libyan Arab Republic
1977-2011 Flag of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
1932-1934 Flag of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
1934-1938 Flag of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
1938-1973 Flag of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
1956-1970 Flag of the Republic of Sudan
1920 Flag of the Arab Kingdom of Syria
1932-1961 Flag of the Syrian Republic
1963-1972 Flag of the Syrian Arab Republic
1918-1923 Flag of the Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen
1923-1927 Flag of the Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen
1927–1962 Flag of the Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen
1962–1990 Flag of the Yemen Arab Republic
1967–1990 Flag of the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen
1856-1896 Flag of the Sultanate of Zanzibar
1963-1964 Flag of the Sultanate of Zanzibar

Arab organizations

Flag Duration Use Description
Flag of the Arab League
Organisation of the Islamic Conference
Flag of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf

Internal and disputed Arab territories

Flag Duration Use Description
1988-present (Debatable) Flag of the Palestinian Authority
1976–present Flag of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic
1996–present Flag of Somaliland
Flag of Syria as claimed by the Syrian Arab Republic
Flag of Syria as claimed by the Syrian opposition

References

  1. ^ http://web.archive.org/web/20080613175430/http://www.ministeres.tn/html/indexdrapeau.html

See also

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