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The Egyptian flag is a tricolor flag of red, white and black. The three stripes are equal in size and run horizontally on the flag. Egypt's national emblem, the Eagle of Saladin, is centered in the white band of
the flag. The eagle's head faces the hoist side of the flag. The flag in its current form has been in use since October 4, 1984.

The colors on the flag each have a special meaning. The red represents the period before the Revolution when King Farouk was deposed. The white represents the end of the 1952 Revolution which ended without any blood being shed. The black color represents the end of the British monarchy's oppression of Egypt.