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Three equal stripes (red, white, black), arranged horizontally, with three green five-pointed stars on the white stripe; inscription "allahu akbar" ("God is great") in green Arabic script (this was added only in 1991 during the first Gulf War). At the time of this reporting (May, 2004), the former dictatorship has fallen and the country is run by a transitional government. A design for a new flag already exists, but is viewed critically by many in Iraq. It remains to be seen which new flag will ultimately be officially endorsed by the government after the transitional government.
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The flag of Iraq consists of three vertical stripes in the colors black, white and green. It was introduced in 2008 and symbolizes the country's hope for a peaceful and stable future. In addition, the flag represents the unity of the Iraqi people and the diversity of its culture.
The national flag of Iraq was designed in 2008 and is a symbol of the country's unity. It consists of three horizontal stripes in black, white and red connected by a green triangle on the left side. In the green triangle there is a yellow branch of the lemon tree, which is a reference to the old flag of Iraq used between 1932 and 1958.
The national flag of Iraq is a vertical tricolor of three horizontal stripes of equal width in black, white and red. The top stripe is black, the middle stripe is white, and the bottom stripe is red. In the center is a green center containing a black branch triangle with a star and a crescent. The crescent is set in gold and the star has a black center. The flag symbolizes Iraq's allegiance to the Islamic faith. It also represents the unity of the different ethnic groups in the country. The flag has been in official use since 2008.