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The flag of Morocco was officially adopted on November 17, 1915. In the year of Morocco's independence (1956) the flag was adopted.
It is red and shows in its center a green pentagram, the seal of Solomon (here: Suleyman). Red and green are traditional colors often used in Arab flags, although they are even more strongly associated with Persian Gulf states in particular. The use of red flags was widespread in many Arab countries, as red was the color of the Sherif of Mecca.
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The flag of Morocco is a symbol of the unity of the country. It is also a symbol of national identity and is considered a sign of loyalty and patriotism. The flag of Morocco is also called the flag of the revolution, as it was first used in 1915 during the Rif Revolution.
The Moroccan national flag consists of a red field with a green shadda and a five-pointed white star. The star symbolizes the five pillars of Islam. The flag was first used in 1911 during the reign of Sultan Yusef ben Hassan. It was later recognized as the official flag of the Kingdom of Morocco in 1915 and has remained unchanged since then. It has been used since then as a symbol of the Moroccan nation and the country's identity.
The national flag of Morocco consists of a red square in the center surrounded by a green circle. In the center of the red square is a white star with five points. The green circle symbolizes the connection with the Muslim countries. The white star represents the five pillars of Islam and the red and green colors symbolize the unity of the country.