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Flag of the United Arab Emirates

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

United Arab Emirates
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg
UseNational flag and state ensign
Proportion1:2
AdoptedDecember 2, 1971
DesignA horizontal tricolour of green, white and black with a vertical ​14-width red bar at the hoist
Designed byH.E. Abdulla Mohamed Almaainah, current Ambassador of the U.A.E to the Czech Republic

The flag of the United Arab Emirates (Arabic: علم دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة‎) contains the Pan-Arab colors red, green, white, and black. It was adopted on December 2, 1971.

Merchant ships may fly the alternative civil ensign, a red flag with the national flag in the canton.

All Emirates use the federal flag interchangeably as the flag of the emirate.

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Transcription

Live my country, the unity of our Emirates lives You have lived for a nation Whose religion is Islam and guide is the Qur'an I made you stronger in God's name, oh homeland My country, My country, My country, My country God has protected you from the evils of the time We have sworn to build and work Work sincerely, work sincerely As long as we live, we will be sincere The safety has lasted and the flag has lived oh our Emirates The symbol of Arabism We all sacrifice for you, we supply you with our blood We sacrifice for you with our souls oh homeland

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Flag of each emirate

Each of the seven emirates within the United Arab Emirates originally had a common red plain flag as each emirate's banner, the red banner represents the descension and allegiance to the prophet Muhammad. In 1820, six out of the seven emirates signed the General treaty agreement with the British Empire which compelled them to be under the British Protectorate rule and protection in the region. A white segment was enforced to be added to the hoist of each emirate's flag.

Fujairah was the only emirate which did not sign the general treaty in 1820 with the British protectorate and therefore continued to use its plain red flag.[1]

Abu Dhabi

Flag of Abu Dhabi
Flag of Abu Dhabi

The flag of Abu Dhabi is a red flag with a white rectangle at the top-left corner.

Ajman and Dubai

Flag of Ajman and Dubai
Flag of Ajman and Dubai

The flags of Ajman and Dubai are identical. They are both plain red with a white bar at the hoist, i.e. closest to the flag staff.[2]

Fujairah

Flag of Fujairah from 1952
Flag of Fujairah from 1952

Before 1952, the flag of Fujairah was plain red. Fujairah did not sign the general treaty in 1820 with the British protectorate and therefore is still using its red plain flag.[1] In 1952, the emirate's name was added to the flag, and a red flag with a white Arabic calligraphy of the emirate name was adopted as an ensign to distinguish it from the surrounding emirates.


Ras Al Khaimah and Sharjah

Flag of Ras Al Khaimah and Sharjah
Flag of Ras Al Khaimah and Sharjah

The flags of Ras Al Khaimah and Sharjah are identical as they are both ruled by two branches of the same house. They show a large red rectangle on a white background.

Umm Al Quwain

Flag of Umm Al Quwain
Flag of Umm Al Quwain

The flag of Umm Al Quwain consists of a red background, a white bar at the hoist similar the flags of Ajman and Dubai, and a large white star and crescent in the center as a symbol of Islam and representing allegiance to the Islamic world.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Complete Flags of the World. Smithsonian Handbooks. 2007. p. 184. ISBN 978-0-7566-4115-3.
  2. ^ a b Hawley, Donald. "The Trucial States". Twayne Publishers, New York, 1970. pp. 326-7.

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