The flag of IRAQB 2004b2008 -(August 5, 2004 b January 22, 2008) with stylized Kufic script (ratio: 2:3). Owing to these differing views, and the prevailing opposition to an outright abandonment of the current Iraqi flag, a compromise measure was adopted by the U.S.-appointed Iraqi interim administration in 2004. The basic form of the existing flag was retained; however, the takb?r was rendered in traditional stylized Kufic script, as opposed to the handwriting of Saddam Hussein.B B The modified flag was unveiled at the ceremony marking the technical “handover” of power from the Coalition Provisional Authority occupation forces to the U.S.-appointed administration on 28 June 2004.
This basic tricolor has been in use since its adoption on 31 July 1963, with several changes to the green symbols in the central white stripes; the most recent version adopted on 22 January 2008 bears the takb?r rendered in dark green – for this flag click HERE
We have only 2 off of these older IRAQI flags in the 5x3ft (150x90cm) size
Decorative Flags:B These have 2 grommets on LHS sleeve and are printed on polyester which makes for a lightweight flag with a variety of uses such as flying on indoor poles or wall dC)cor. They are great for supporting favourite sports team; decoration in parades, marches and occasional flying on an outdoor flagpole. We emphasise these flags are not designed for prolonged flying on flagpoles as sun and wind would affect the lightweight material very quickly. There are two common sizes in decorative flags which are 5x3ft (150x90cm) and the smaller 3x2ft (90x60cm)