Last modified: 2014-04-12 by zoltán horváth
Keywords: lebanon | sunni | fatah al-islam | islamist | text: arabic (white) |
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The flag of Fatah al-Islam, the small Sunni splinter group at the center of the recent violence in Lebanon, was briefly shown on a TV news report today – a spokesman was being interviewed with the flag on the wall behind him. It was black with a white Shahada in a calligraphic style I had not seen before – very rounded and curvy, resembling Western cursives. See photo.
The white/black color scheme is apparently typical of Al-Quaida-affiliated groups.
Eugene Ipavec, 20 May and 24 Aug 2007