The flag of Saudi Arabia features a green field. It symbolizes Islam and the country’s lushness, prosperity, and growth. It features the Islamic declaration of faith, known as the Shahada, in the form of a white script. The script reads “There is no god but Allah, Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.” These words represent the central creed of Islam. The flag places the Shahada in the center. It symbolizes the nation’s adherence to Islam and its identity as the birthplace of Islam. The simplicity of the flag reflects Saudi Arabia’s deep-rooted Islamic heritage. Its symbolism highlights the nation’s significance as the custodian of Islam’s two holiest cities, Mecca and Medina.