Banner o Iran

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The current banner o Iran (Persian: پرچم ایران) wis adoptit on 29 Julie 1980, an is a reflection o the chynges brought aboot bi the Iranian Revolution. Its field is a tricolour comprisin equal horizontal baunds o green, white, an red. The red emblem in the centre o the banner, designed bi Hamid Nadimi, is a heichlie stylized composite o various Islamic elements: a geometrically seemmetric form o the wird Allah ("God") an owerlappin pairts o the phrase La ilaha illa Allah ("There is nae god but Allah"), formin a monogram in the form o a tulip. Written in white on the inner edges o the green an red baunds is the repeatit phrase Allahu Akbar ("God is great") in a stylized version o the Kufic script uised for the Qur'an. This writin renders the banner non-reversible.

Pheesical requirements for the Iranian banner, the exact shape o the emblem, an a compass-an-straightedge construction are described in the naitional Iranian staundart.[1].

Interpretation o the colours[eedit | eedit soorce]

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Colour Symbolism
Green Vitality, growth, an Islam
White Honesty, purity, an peace
Red Valour an sacrifice (the blood o revolutionaries)

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. ISIRI 1 (in Persian)