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A copy of Flag of Afghanistan pre-1901.svg, for Black Guards etc.
This can be used to represent the Abbasid Caliphate, since while the concept of rectangular national flags did not exist during Abbasid times, black was the dynastic color of the Abbasids (just as green was the dynastic color of the Fatimids, etc.), and the "black banner" of the Abbasids is famous in Islamic history. It was also used by many Islamic dynasties in different regions of the world till the late 19th century. Muhammad used flags of different colours. One of the flags used by Muhammad, the Black Standard, known as al-ʿUqāb; pure black, without symbols or markings.

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Public domain This image of simple geometry is ineligible for copyright and therefore in the public domain, because it consists entirely of information that is common property and contains no original authorship.
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current07:16, 9 March 2019Thumbnail for version as of 07:16, 9 March 2019750 × 450 (98 bytes)AndreyKvaOptimized.
17:40, 3 December 2018Thumbnail for version as of 17:40, 3 December 2018750 × 450 (189 bytes)CrazytonyiSimplified code.
18:05, 26 July 2011Thumbnail for version as of 18:05, 26 July 2011750 × 450 (593 bytes)AnonMoossimplify code
20:53, 26 May 2007Thumbnail for version as of 20:53, 26 May 2007750 × 450 (2 KB)Mikko Paananen{{Information |Description= |Source= |Date= |Author= |Permission= |other_versions= }}

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