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The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan ([Pashto](https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paschtunische_Sprache "Pashto language" ). د افغانستان اسلامي امارت) is an internationally not universally recognized Islamic Emirate proclaimed by the Taliban. It denotes the de facto regime of the Taliban over Afghanistan and existed between 1997 and 2001 and again since August 2021. The "head of state" as emir is the leader of the Taliban, Hibatullah Achundsada.
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The national flag of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan is a symbol of the country's national independence. It was introduced in 1982 and represents the Afghan nation, its history and culture. The flag is a symbol of respect and unity of Afghans.
The national flag of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan was introduced in 1992. It consists of three horizontal stripes in black, red and green, each making up one half of the flag. The flag is connected by a white emblem in the center, which consists of black lettering that includes the words "Allah Akbar" (God is Great). The flag is reminiscent of the flag of the Kingdom of Afghanistan, which existed from 1926 to 1973.
The national flag of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan is a black, white and red striped flag. It consists of three horizontal stripes, the upper stripe being black, the middle stripe being white and the lower stripe being red. In the center of the white stripe is a black triangle containing a green closure symbol. This symbol represents the Islamic faith and the unity of the country.