The Oman flag has three horizontal stripes: white, red, and green. On the left side, there is a red band with the national emblem, called the Khanjar.
The Oman flag consists of three horizontal stripes of white, red, and green from top to bottom, On the left side of the flag, there is a straight red band that occupies one-quarter of the flag’s area. Located on this red band is the national emblem, known as the Khanjar. The Khanjar is a traditional Omani dagger made of silver.
The Khanjar symbolizes the bravery and heritage of the Omani people. The red stripe represents the country’s battles for independence and its contribution to peace. The white stripe symbolizes purity, peace, and the Omani people’s hospitality. The green stripe represents the fertile land and agriculture in Oman, as well as the country’s progress and prosperity.
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