Flag of the Arab League
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|Use||National flag and ensign|
|Proportion||2:3 - 1:3|
|Adopted||March 8, 1945 (LoAS)|
|Design||two olive branches and 22 chain-links encircling a crescent and the name of the organisation (in Arabic)|
The flag of the Arab League comprises a green banner bearing the seal of the Arab League. The twenty-two links in the chain represent the twenty-two members of the League at the time of the flag's adoption. The script gives the name of the organization: "League of Arab States".
There are also several flags for the Arab League, usually seen at Arab League summits: one, with an inverted Arab League flag with a white background for the President of the summit was clearly seen in the Arab League Summit in Beirut (2002).
Older Arab League flags have the chains in red or black, the Arabic script in black or gold with green or white crescents, usually adopted in the 1950s to the 1970s.
The flag was adopted on March 8, 1945 as the organization's National flag. The original creator of the flag is unknown. The flag serves as an official flag for Algeria, Bahrain, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen.
The flag contains a modified version of the Emblem of the Arab League portrayed in the center of the flag on a green background. The twenty-two chain links of the emblem represents the twenty-two countries members of The league.
The Presidential Flag of the Arab League as of the Riyadh Summit in March 2007.
Flag map of the Arab League
The flag hoisted in Amman, Jordan
- "Arab League Flags from The World Flag Database". www.flags.net. Retrieved 2016-10-20.