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Three equal horizontal stripes (black, white, green) with a red equilateral triangle (representing the Great Arab Revolution of 1916) on the side of the flagpole; this bears a small white seven-pointed star symbolizing the seven verses of the opening Surah of the Holy Quran; the seven rays of the star thus represent faith in one God, humanity, national spirit, modesty, social justice, virtue and aspiration.
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The national flag of Jordan was introduced in 1928 and is based on the flag of the Hashemite Kingdom of Transjordan. It consists of three horizontal stripes in the colors black, white and green. The center line is twice as wide as the other two stripes. In the center of the white stripe is a red six-pointed emblem.
Jordan has had its current flag since 1928, consisting of three horizontal stripes of black, white and green, with a red triangle on the left. The colors represent the Abyssinians, the Arabs, and the Hashemites, who make up Jordan's royal family. The red triangle contains a white star banner that refers to the country's connection to the House of Hashemite.
The national flag of Jordan is a black triangle on a white background. Inside the triangle is a red six-pointed star. The six-pointed star is a symbol of the six Arab states that have joined together to form the Arab League. The white background symbolizes the peacefulness of the Jordanian people. The black triangle represents the promised land of Palestine.