What symbolizes the flag of Egypt

  • Red symbolizes progress, revolution and the blood of the patriots, white a love of peace and black the country itself ("Sudan" means "black"). The green of the triangle on the mast is the color of Islam, but is also a symbol of prosperity.
  • Red stands for socialism, white for purity and optimism, and green for prosperity. Black again stands for the country itself ("Sudan" = "Black").
  • The colors are those of the Umma Party, one of the oldest and most influential parties in the country, which sees itself as the successor to the Mahdi movement, but which is now operating illegally.
  • The four colors of green, white, black and red are a special Arabic color symbol, the Pan-Arabic colors. The (pan) Arabic colors were officially introduced as the colors of the Arab movement during the First World War, when the Kingdom of Hejaz was separated from the Ottoman Empire by the Sherif Hussein of Mecca - of the Hashemid family. The flag of the Hejaz served as a template. The colors have the following meanings: red is the color of Omar, the second caliph; White stands for the Omajiads, a caliph dynasty that goes back to the fifth caliph Moawija I; Green stands for the Fatimids, an Ismaili-Shiite caliph dynasty that goes back to the fourth caliph Ali; and black stands for the Abbasids, a caliph dynasty that goes back to the caliph Abbas I. Red is also the color of the Hashemids, an Arab ruling dynasty that probably goes back to Hashim ibn Abd al-Manaf, the grandfather of Muhammad. Green is also the color of Islam in general, and therefore does not only refer to the Arab countries.
  • The color scheme of the flag is derived from the flag of Egypt as it is largely similar to the Arab liberation flag introduced by Nasser in 1952.
  • Red symbolizes progress, revolution
    and the blood of the patriots, white symbolizes peace and black the
    country itself ("Sudan" means "Black"). The green of the triangle at the pole is the color of islam, but is also a symbol for the flourish.
  • Red stands for socialism, white for purity and optimism and green for prosperity. Black stands once moore for the country itself ("Sudan" = "Black").
  • The color are that of the Umma Party, one of the oldest and powerful parties
    of the country, which sees itself as a successor of the Mahdi Movement,
    but meanwhile (1969) it has to work in illegality.
  • The color quartet of four, green, white, black and red is a special Arabian colors symbol, the Panarabian colors. The (Pan) Arabian colors were officially introduced by the Sheriff Hussein of Mekka - of the lineage of the Hashemides - as colors of the Arabian Movement during the First World War at the secession of the Kingdom of Hedjas from the Ottoman Empire.
    The flag of Hedjas served as pattern. The colors have the following meaning: Red is the color of Omar, the second calif; white stands for the Omajiades, a calif dynasty, which goes back to the fifth calif Moawija I .; green stands for the Fatimides, a ismailitic-shiit calif-dynasty, which goes back to the fourth calif Ali; and black stands for the Abbasides, a calif-dynasty, which goes back to the calif Abbas I. Red is also the color of the Hashemides, an Arabian sovereign-dynasty, which probably goes back to Hashim ibn Abd al-Manaf, the grandfather of Mohammed. Green is in addition generally the color of Islam, and does not refer only to the Arabian countries.
  • The colors of the flag are derived from the flag of Egypt because it equals appreciably the in 1952 by Nasser introduced the Arabian Liberation Flag.
The flag adopted when independence was achieved had horizontal stripes in blue, yellow and green, but was abolished in connection with the establishment of the Democratic Republic on May 25, 1969. After an invitation to tender, today's flag was adopted on May 20th, 1970. The presidential flag looks the same, but has the national coat of arms in the middle of the white stripe.The on occasion of independence adopted flag was blue-yellow-green horizontal striped, but it was abolished in context with the establishment of the Democratic Republic on 25th of May in 1969. After a competition was adopted the today's flag on 20th of May in 1970 .

The flag of the president has the same look but carrys in the middle of the white stripe the national coat of arms.