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I'm not sure if the flag of the ALF is the general Ba'ath party flag, or whether they use a distinct ALF flag. Certainly a white flag bearing the ALF logo appears here, here, and here. Certainly the immense similarity of the Ba'ath party flag and Palestinian flag makes it difficult to judge which flag is being flown. MrPenguin20 (talk) 15:04, 21 November 2013 (UTC)