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by António Martins | 2:3
I saw a Hezbollah flag on television. It was yellow with in the center name Hezbollah (God's party) in Arab writing (kufi style). Around the name were several revolutionary symbols, including guns.
Harald Müller, 8 May 1996
The flag of Hezbollah is yellow with a green device (probably a Kalashnikov, a book and an Arabic inscription) in the centre near the bottom. The flag is green fringed.
Jaume Ollé, 1 February 1998
The Hamas (or Islamic Jihad = the Islamic holy war) is a Palestinian group. Most of the Palestinians belong to the Islamic Suna. The Hezballa (= Party of God) is Lebanese and Islamic Shia'a. Even sometimes considered by mistake as Palestinians, they are genuine Lebanese. The Shia'a has also another group in Lebanon which called El-Amal, whose leader Nabia Beri is a minister in the Lebanese government.
Anonymous, 22 September 1998
In the Israeli newspaper "Yediot Akhronot" of 18th August 1999, a photo taken at the funeral of one of the Hizbullah leaders in Lebanon shows their flag (logo on yellow field) on the coffin and hoisted, and also a logo on red field.
Anonymous, 18 August 1999
I made the Hezbollah flag image from the emblem forwarded by Costa Siderides [found in a Hezbollah website], but it is not like the ones sent by the anonymous contributor. I guess that variety rules here, too.
António Martins, 19 August 1999
This flag [also] exists but I believe that with green logo is the official one.
Jaume Ollé, 27 August 1999
Here are some more variants of the Hezbollah flag as seen at a parade yesterday, scanned from today's Ma'ariv newspaper: white on red, red on yellow, yellow on black. Also seen the known green on yellow.
Anonymous, 23 May 2000
I saw on television the following variations of the official Hezbollah flag (green logo on a yellow field, according to Jaume Ollé). Green logo on yellow, red logo on yellow, yellow logo on red, yellow (rather gold-ish) logo on purple (this one I seem to recall with a gold fringe).
Santiago Dotor, 25 May 2000