Coat of arms of Palestine
|Coat of arms of the State of Palestine|
|Blazon||Tierced per pale Sable, Argent, and Vert, surmounted by a pile Gules|
|Supporter||The Eagle of Saladin argent and sable|
|Emblem of the Palestine Liberation Organization|
|Motto||Palestinian Liberation Organization (top) National Unity (bottom)|
PNA and state emblem
The emblem used by the Palestinian National Authority as well as the State of Palestine features the pan-Arab colors of the Palestinian flag on a shield carried by the Eagle of Saladin. Below it flies a scroll with the Arabic text "فلسطين", "Palestine".
An alternate version stating "السلطة الفلسطينية" or "The Palestinian Authority" was used by the Palestinian National Authority, alongside the version stating "Palestine", but this was discontinued following the upgrade of the State of Palestine to a non-member state status in the United Nations on 29 November 2012 and the renaming of the Palestinian National Authority to "State of Palestine" by presidential decree in January 2013.
The emblem of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) shows the Palestinian flag above a map of "Palestine from the river to the sea", i.e. Palestine under the British Mandate (covering present-day Israel, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip).
Palestinian coat of arms appearing on a variation of the Palestinian flag.
- Public Seal of Mandatory Palestine
- Coat of arms of Iraq
- Coat of arms of Egypt
- Coat of arms of Syria
- Coat of arms of Sudan
- Coat of arms of Libya
- Coat of arms of Yemen
- "Palestinian Liberation Org. Map Logo Excludes Israel". CBN News. Retrieved 14 January 2013.
- "11-09-2012 - Palestinian Cabinet Meeting Statement (18)". Retrieved 14 January 2013.
-  "Instructing government institutions on Sunday to phase out the 'Palestinian Authority' insignia, Mr Abbas's decision follows his successful bid last November to upgrade Palestinian status at the United Nations. Now everything from official stationary and stamps to insignia on Palestinian foreign missions will bear this new symbol of statehood."