The national flag of Bahrain was adopted on February 14, 2002 following a declaration from the Emir of Bahrain that Bahrain was a Kingdom and he was the King. Bahrain's flag has a white band and a red band separated by five triangles, said to be the five pillars of Islam. The red portion of the flag is believed to represent the Kharijite sect of Islam.
Made in America, Bahrain's flag is 100% durable nyl-glo and designed to withstand the harsh effects of sun and wind damage. Finished with canvas heading and solid brass grommets.