The current flag of Kuwait was adopted in 1961 and used to be read with various designs. The colors have different meanings and came from a 13th-century poem by Ṣafī ad-Dīn al-Ḥilli:
We are a people whose character refuses, for honor, to cause harm to those who do not harm us: white [pure] are our deeds, black are our battles, green are our fields, red [bloody] are our swords.
While the same colors are also found in other Arab countries, none have had the distinction of being a Guinness record holder, a 1019 square meter Kuwait flag made in 2005.
Then take your hole punch and make two holes on either side of the short 6 inch part of the sticky foam.
Pull the sticky back as you add the pompoms. If you can’t find the sticky back foam, just use regular foam and add glue to this step.
Here is the order -Row 1 – 1 black, 7 greenRow 2 – 2 black, 6 greenRow 3 & 4 – 3 black, 5 whiteRow 5 – 2 black, 6 redRow 6 – 1 black, 7 red
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