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Flag_of_the_Majlis_of_Muslims_of_Ichkeria_and_Dagestan.png(324 × 216 pixels, file size: 10 KB, MIME type: image/png)

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English: The flag reportedly used by the Majlis of Muslims of Ichkeria and Dagestan (also known as the Congress of the Peoples of Ichkeria and Dagestan).

The image was created by António Martins on 09 Jun 2005, based on this photograph taken in July 2002. This particular design shows the phrase al-jihad fi sabilillah above the takbir and two crossed swords.

On 3 August 2000, Jaume Ollé quoted an unidentified source as saying:

"...here is our flag, the flag of the Majlis of Muslims of Ichkeria and Dagestan. There is an inscription at the bottom — Ikhda al-Khusnayin. It is a verse from the Koran, which, translated literally, means one of the two goods, (i.e.) victory or paradise."
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Source Flags of the World
Author António Martins

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This logo image consists only of simple geometric shapes or text. It does not meet the threshold of originality needed for copyright protection, and is therefore in the public domain. Although it is free of copyright restrictions, this image may still be subject to other restrictions. See WP:PD#Fonts and typefaces or Template talk:PD-textlogo for more information.

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9 June 2005

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current22:30, 18 April 2008Thumbnail for version as of 22:30, 18 April 2008324 × 216 (10 KB)Peter593022A quotation related with the inscription in the flag used by the short lived Islamic Emirate of Chechnya and Dagestan (1999): here is our flag, the flag of the Majlis of Muslims of Ichkeria and Dagestan. There is an inscription at the bottom — Ikhda a

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