Jordan National Flag
    Jordan Flag
    Jordan flag
    Adopted 18 April 1928
    Proportion 1:2
    Inspired by Great Arab Revolt Banner
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    Jordan National Flag
    The National flag of Jordan has three equal horizontal bands of black (top), white, and green with a red isosceles triangle on the hoist side bearing a small white seven-pointed star in the middle
    Jordan Flag Colors - symbolism
    Jordan Flag Colors - meaning
    Red triangle represents the Hashemite dynasty and the Great Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Empire during World War I
    Blackrepresents the Abbassid Caliphate
    White represents the Ummayyad Caliphate
    Green represents the Fatimid Caliphate
    Seven-pointed star represents the seven verses of the first surah (Al-Fatiha) in the Qur'an - faith in One God, humanity, national spirit, humility, social justice, virtue, and aspirations
    Jordan Flag Colors
    Red: RGB: 213, 0, 50 (hex code: #D50032)
    Black: (RGB: 0, 0, 0) (hex code: #000000)
    White: (RGB: 255, 255, 255) (hex code: #FFFFFF)
    Green: (RGB: 0, 132, 61) (hex code: #00843D)
    Jordan Flag history
    Jordan Flag
    Jordan Flag history
    The design of Jordan flag was based on the Arab revolt flag used by Arabs in the Ottoman Empire. A poem by 13th-century Arab poet Safīaddin al-Hilli (We are a people whose character refuses, for honour, to cause harm to those who do not harm us: white are our deeds, black are our battles, green are our fields, red are our swords) inspired the pan-Arabic colors that grace many national flags of middle-east nations including Jordan
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