Flag of Hezbollah
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|Design||A yellow flag with the logo of Hezbollah in green and Arabic text in red.|
|Designed by||Ali Salih|
The flag of Hezbollah, while sometimes found in different colours, is usually composed of the green logo of the Shi'a political/military organization Hezbollah, upon a yellow background with text above and below the logo in red (or sometimes green).
The logo itself is a stylized representation of the Arabic words حزب الله ḥizbu-llāh (meaning "Party of Allah") in Kufic script. The first letter of "Allah" reaches up to grasp a stylized assault rifle. The rifle on the flag combines elements of the H&K G3 battle rifle and the AK-47 assault rifle, and does not represent an actual real-world rifle. The logo also incorporates several other objects, namely a globe, a book, a sword, and a seven-leafed branch. The text above the logo reads فإن حزب الله هم الغالبون fa-inna ḥizbu llāh hum al-ġālibūn) and means "Then surely the party of Allah are they that shall be triumphant" (Quran 5:56), which is a reference to the name of the party. Underneath the logo are the words المقاومة الإسلامية في لبنان al-muqāwamah al-islāmīyah fī lubnān, meaning "The Islamic Resistance in Lebanon".
The flag was designed by Ali Salih, an artist from Brital, with the help of Abdul ar-Rahman Mazlūm from the same village. The flag has some similarity with the emblem of Iran's Revolutionary Guards.
Man waving Hezbollah flag after the 2006–2008 Lebanese political protests
Hezbolah flag waving in Syria
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