Syria Flag - intorduction
Today Syria is in crisis as a result of a civil war between forces favorable to the Mr. Bashar al-Assad of the Ba'ath Party and people opposed to his dictatorship. As a result, there are currently two governments claiming to be the de jure government of Syria, using different flags to represent Syria. The incumbent government's flag has three equal horizontal bands of red (top), white, and black; two small, green, five-pointed stars in a horizontal line centered in the white band. The Syrian Interim Government, led by the Syrian National Coalition, uses a horizontal tricolor triband of green, white, and black, with three red stars charged in the center.
Syrian Arabic Republic Flag - Colors
Red: (RGB: 206, 17, 38) (hex code: #CE1126)
White: (RGB: 255, 255, 255) (hex code: #FFFFFF)
Green: (RGB: 0, 122, 61) (hex code: #007A3D)
Black: (RGB: 0, 0, 0) (hex code: #000000)
Syrian Arabic Republic Flag - Colors meaning
Red symbolizes bloody struggle for freedom
White represents bright peaceful future
Green Stars represent Syria and Egypt, the two constituents of the short-lived United Arab Republic (1958-1961)
Black symbolizes oppression
Syria Flag - Facts
Syria Arabic Republic flag is based on the Arab Liberation Flag, which had four colors - black, green, white and red - representing four major dynasties of Arab history: Abbasids, Faṭimids, Umayyads, and Hashimites.