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Saudi Arabia Flag


The Saudi Arabia Flag was officially adopted on March 15, 1973. The white sword was added to the flag in the year 1906.

Saudi Arabia Flag

Saudi Arabia Flag


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The Saudi Arabian flag comprises of a green base with white Arabic text written on the center of it. The text is known as Sahada and the script is in Thuluth.

The Arabic writing on the Saudi Arabian flag is the Islamic declaration of faith and it reads,"There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his Prophet".

The sword which symbolizes the victories and justice of Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud is underneath the inscription. Green is the official color of Islam.

Official Name: Al Mamlaka al Arabiya as Saudiya

Capital: Riyadh

Location: Peninsula bordered by the RED SEA from the West, The Arabia Gulf (Persian Gulf) from the East, Yeman Republic & Oman from the South, Iraq, Syria, Jordan from the North

Area: 2.2 milion Sq. km.

Official Languages: Arabic

National Flag: Green with the text there is no god but Allah and Mahammed is his prophet is white Arabic script and beneath this a white sabre.

National Anthem: Aash Al Maleek Long Live our Beloved king (1950)

Fact about Saudi Arabia flag


CountrySaudi Arabia
Designed byNA
Adopted15. March 1973
RevisionNA
Design and ColorsA green field charged with the shahada inscription and a sword in white.
Size Ratio2:3

Last Updated on: February 12, 2016



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