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Spot the difference....

Here is the Iraqi flag under Saddam:




And post-Saddam:




And what is now proposed:



As all can clearly see, "On the new flag, the text "Allah akbar"(God is great) changes from green to yellow, the Kurdish national colour. It is also printed in traditional Kufi script, replacing Saddam Hussein's handwriting. The stars no longer stand for the three aims of Saddam Hussein's Ba'th Party, (Arabic) unity, freedom and socialism but for the cornerstones of the new Iraq, peace, tolerance and justice. The flag's colours now represent Islamic civilisation, rather than Arabic glory". Source.

Obviously
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Blogger Guthrum said... 7:08 pm

Nice  



Blogger Newmania said... 5:07 pm

Not an intresting fragmented logo then ?  



Blogger Croydonian said... 5:09 pm

One does get the impression that they have not got the re-branding 'experts' in.....  



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