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Palestinian flag variants used as protest flags

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Palestinian Flag Variant With Heart

[Palestinian Flag Variant With Heart] image by Eugene Ipavec, 24 June 2010

An odd Palestinian flag or flag-like object showed up at the funerals of the Turkish Gaza-flotilla casualties in Istanbul in an Yahoo news photo (caption: "A stylized Palestinian flag altered to have a heart on it flies above the crowds attending the funeral of a victim of the Israeli naval commandos raid at the Beyazit mosque in Istanbul, Turkey, Friday June 4 2010.")
The heart apparently replaces the hoist triangle.
Eugene Ipavec, 24 June 2010


Palestinian Flag Variant With Fist

[Free Palestine flag] image located by William Garrison, 22 April 2024

The national flag of Palestine with "Free" written on the top black stripe and "Palestine" written on the bottom green stripe, with a multi-colored clinched fist centered over the middle white stripe; as seen at Columbia University in New York City on April 20, 2024. (Photo by Leonardo Munoz / AFP)
(Photo by LEONARDO MUNOZ/AFP via Getty Images)
William Garrison, 22 April 2024


Palestinian Flag Variant With Inscription and Bloody Fist

[Palestinian Flag Variant With Inscription and Bloody Fist] 3:5 image by Eugene Ipavec

First made in 1997 by Outpost flags, now commonly copied in the industry.
Frederick Prohaska, 31 Jan 2010


Free Palestine Flags

[Free Palestinian Flag] image located by William Garrison, 27 July 2023

From https://foreignpolicy.com/2023/07/20/americans-palestine-israel-public-opinion-right-wing-politics/:
The basic flag of Palestine with an image of a keffiyeh-hidden loyalist, and the slogan: "Free Palestine!" on the top black stripe; c. spring 2023.
William Garrison, 27 July 2023

[Free Palestinian Flag] image located by William Garrison, 7 November 2023

A national flag of Palestine with "Free Palestine" split between the top and bottom stripes, with several raised fists in the middle white stripe. Seen being carried on a Tacoma, Washington (state) [USA] port dock on 6 Nov. 2023 during a protest against the shipment of possible armaments to Israel.
Source: https://www.seattletimes.com
William Garrison, 7 November 2023

[Free Palestinian Flag] image by William Garrison, 18 November 2023
seen on photo located by William Garrison, 18 November 2023

A "Freedom For Palestine" flag with a clinched-fist on the middle white stripe; c. early Nov. 2023. (news article did not state location where flag was shown.)
Source photo" https://www.counterpunch.org/
William Garrison, 18 November 2023


Palestine flag with keffiyeh

[Palestinian Flag] image located by William Garrison, 12 October 2023

source: https://www.camera.org
A Palestinian flag imposed and centered on a black/white-checkered keffiyeh-style background, making a "keffiyeh-PA" flag; as paraded in Chicago, IL; c. Oct. 2023.
William Garrison, 12 October 2023


Turkish-Palestinian Solidarity Flag

[Turkish-Palestinian Solidarity Flag] image by Željko Heimer and Eugene Ipavec, 13 Jun 2009

About six months ago, Turkish PM Erdogan had a heated exchange with Israeli president Peres at the Davos summit over the then in-progress Gaza war. Erdogan left Davos in a huff immediately thereafter; CNN carried live footage of the PM arriving back home, where his plane was met on the tarmac by a cheering throng of supporters waving Turkish flags and a number of Palestinian flags with the Turkish star and crescent added to the hoist triangle.. From the looks of them, they weren't homemade.
Eugene Ipavec, 13 Jun 2009

Considering the origin of the four-color Pan-Arab flag, which was anti-Ottoman in its inception, this hybrid is interesting. But the crescent-and-star emblem symbolizes informally Islam as much as it symbolizes Turkey, to the extent of some actual flags using this same combination, like the Western Sahara flag.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 19 Jun 2009


Palestine Solidarity Campaign

[Palestinian Flag] image located by William Garrison, 10 November 2023

A "Palestine Solidarity Campaign" flag with its "PSC" logo in the red union-triangle, London, UK; April 22, 2021 demonstration. The "PSC" has several different city chapters spread throughout the UK.
Source: https://eastern.unison.org.uk/events/stand-with-palestine/
William Garrison, 10 November 2023


Joint Palestine-Lebanon flag

[Joint Palestine-Lebanon flag] image located by William Garrison, 6 December 2023

A conjoined Palestine-Lebanon flag with the Arabic slogan: "We Are All With the Resistance" as seen in an Egyptian "Lawyer's Union" demonstration against Israeli military operations in southern Lebanon in 2006 and against U.S. support for Israel, in Cairo, Egypt; c. 5 August 2006. This "resistance" flag was touted to show Arab solidarity against Israel's then on-going July 2006 military activity in Lebanon and Israel's continued encasement of the Gaza Strip, even though Israel had evacuated all Israeli settlements from Gaza during September 2005. The apparent two-flag joint "resistance" association was that as Israel had evacuated ("been forced out of") Gaza, so Israel would soon be expelled from southern Lebanon (and the Arabs' hope: from Palestine, too). The flags were apparently distributed in Cairo by the Muslim Brotherhood of Egypt.

https://www.shutterstock.com/editorial
William Garrison, 6 December 2023


We will pray in Jerusalem flag

[We will pray in Jerusalem flag] image located by William Garrison, 18 February 2024

A flag of Palestine with on its white middle stripe the black-letter Arabic slogan of "sawf nusaily fi alquds" or "We will pray in Jerusalem". As seen near the city of Maroun Al-Ras in southeastern Lebanon near the Israeli border; c. Feb. 2020. The implication here means that although Jerusalem is currently in Israel, this Palestinian flag promotes their dream of re-accessing some part of Jerusalem (if not all) for inclusion into some future Palestinian state. Muslims may pray today in Jerusalem (al-Quds) such as atop the Haram al-Sharif (Temple Mount), but the city is not currently under Islamic control.
Source: https://www.memri.org/reports
William Garrison, 18 February 2024


Boycott Israel flag

[Boycott Israel flag] image located by William Garrison, 18 February 2024

A "Boycott Israel" flag paraded in a London, UK demonstration; c. May 22, 2021. Credit: Loredana Sangiuliano. 
Source: https://www.shutterstock.com
William Garrison, 18 February 2024


End Israel ... Apartheid ... Free Palestine

[End Israel ... Apartheid ... Free Palestine flag] image located by William Garrison, 4 March 2024

A Palestine flag with slogans reading: "End Israeli ... Apartheid ... Free Palestine"; as seen in Munich, Germany; Dec. 20, 2023. Credit: Alexander Pohl/Sipa USA/Newscom.
Source: https://www.newscom.com
William Garrison, 4 March 2024


Jerusalem Not For Sale

[Jerusalem Not For Sale flag] image located by William Garrison, 15 March 2024

[Jerusalem Not For Sale flag] image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 15 March 2024

A national flag of Palestine with on the middle white stripe the Arabic slogan "alquds laysat lilbaye" [alquds = Al-Quds = "The Holy" city = Jerusalem] or in English "Jerusalem Not For Sale", as seen atop an archway of the golden "Dome of the Rock" [Qubbat as-Sakhra] atop the Temple Mount" [Haram al-Sharif]; c. 29 April 2022. (credit: AMMAR AWAD/REUTERS).

The "Haram al-Sharif" is located in eastern Jerusalem, and it was controlled by the Muslim-oriented country of Jordan, until the Israeli military captured it during the June 1967 war. Although this area was later annexed/absorbed by Israel, nonetheless, ever since then Muslims desiring a future state of Palestine want this area to be returned to their control. Hence, their slogan: "Jerusalem Not For Sale" to Israel during final peace-settlement negotiations.
Source: https://www.jpost.com
William Garrison, 15 March 2024

This flag is meant to hang vertically, from the hoist, text readable in this position, with the top (black stripe) at the right hand side of the viewer. This flag seems to be somewhat more oblong than the usual 1:2 ratio of unmodified Palestine flags, and the triangle seems to be squatter, but that could be due to a perspective distorsion on the photo. The three words "القدس ليست للبيع" ("alqds list llbiʕ") are set in black letters, each in a separate line, with wide vertical spaces.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 15 March 2024


Jerusalem Is Ours

Image at https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/an-iraqi-supporter-of-shiite-cleric-moqtada-al-sadr-holds-news-photo/888245354 located by William Garrison, 30 May 2024

The national flag of Palestine with the Arabic slogan of (reading from right-to-left) "# al-Quds __ Lena" which translates into English as "#Al-Quds is Ours". As "Al-Quds" is an Arabic synonym for "Jerusalem", this flag's meaning is essentially: "#Jerusalem belongs to Palestine". [# = "identify a key word" in text messages on social media.] A thin flag-pole sleeve is along the red-triangle hoist side. {There is also a green ribbon attached to this small flag's thin flag-pole which hides part of the red triangle.} [Credit: Ahmad Al-Rubaye]


From the River to the Sea ... Palestine Will Be Free

[Palestine Will Be Free flag] image located by William Garrison, 21 March 2024

The national flag of Palestine with the slogan of "FROM THE RIVER TO THE SEA" on the middle white stripe and "PALESTINE WILL BE FREE" on the bottom green stripe, as seen in a New York City, NY street demonstration, c. Dec. 2023. The hoist side is on the left red-triangle side. (photo credit: Eduardo Munoz/Reuters). The overall slogan here expresses some Palestinians' desire that the future independent "State of Palestine" should extend from the Jordan River all the way westward to the Mediterranean Sea - this would mean the incorporation of all of Israel into the future Palestinian state.
Source: https://www.jpost.com
William Garrison, 21 March 2024


Freedom Flotila

[Freedom Flotila flag] image located by William Garrison, 12 April 2024
Source: https://www.commondreams.org

A flag of the pro-Palestinian "Freedom Flotilla" organization that tried to sail several ships loaded with supplies to the Gaza Strip in late June 2015, but were unsuccessful in landing the supplies due to the Israeli navy's desire of wanting to first search the vessels for weapons. This flag appears to have divided imagery: the top fourth of the flag shows the national flag of "Palestine", while the bottom three-fourths is in light-blue with the slogan "FREEDOM FLOTILLA" and below it what appears to be the organization's logo.

Further photos of the flag: logo, photo, both from X.
William Garrison, 12 April 2024


Freedom Flotila Coalition and Women's Boat to Gaza

[Freedom Flotila flag]  [Freedom Flotila flag] images located by William Garrison, 12 April 2024
based on photo and photo

Flag variants of the "FREEDOM FLOTILLA COALITION" and "WOMEN'S BOAT TO GAZA" (this flag's logo resembles a sailboat imaged with the colors of the Palestinian national flag: black/white/red/green, and the red sail resembles a feminine face with black hair?, and the group's name below their logo) , c. June 2015. These organizations tried to ship supplies from various European nations to communities in the Gaza Strip c. mid-June 2015. (Photo credit: Zaytouna-Oliva)

Flag source: https://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4862924,00.html
Freedom Flotilla Coalition logo source: https://www.cleanpng.com
Women's Boat to Gaza logo source from Facebook
William Garrison, 12 April 2024


Salam Ya Mahdi

[Salam Ya Mahdi] image by Željko Heimer and António Martins, 14 May 2024

See: Salam Ya Mahdi (Iran)
William Garrison, 15 May 2024


Democratic Palestine

[Democratic Palestine] image located by William Garrison, 30 May 2024
Source: https://www.france24.com


RIP Aaron Bushnell self-immobilization

[RIP Aaron Bushnell self-immobilization] image located by William Garrison, 31 May 2024
Source: https://www.amazon.com/OEIDABXU-Complicit-Genocide-Bushnell-Palestine/dp

The national flag of Palestine with a red slogan on the top black stripe that reads: "I Will No Longer Be Complicit in Genocide", with "RIP Aaron Bushnell" on the bottom green stripe, and a crude drawing of a uniformed male on fire from red "flames" burning his clothing. "RIP" is short for the graveyard-memorial phrase: "Rest In Peace." This imagery refers to U.S. Air Force serviceman, 25-year-old Aaron Bushnell, who on Jan. 25, 2024, while dressed in his military uniform, stood outside the Israeli Embassy in Washington, DC, announced his intention to "engage in an extreme act of protest" for Palestine on a livestream on Twitch, after which he doused himself with a flammable liquid and set himself on fire and thereby committed self-immobilization. He objected to the U.S. supplying munitions to Israel that were being fired against hostile Hamas militiamen in the Gaza Strip, but which also killed and injured many Palestinian civilians.
William Garrison, 31 May 2024


 
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