Kuwait is a country located in Western Asia. Situated on the northern edge of Eastern Arabia at the tip of the Persian Gulf, it borders Iraqto the north andSaudi Arabia to the south.
The flag of Kuwait was adopted on September 7, 1961, and officially
raised on November 24, 1961.
It consists of three horizontal stripes of green, white and red; with a black trapezium based on the hoist side.
The Red color represents the Hashemite dynasty, which symbolizes the blood on the swords of Arab warriors, and the White color represents the Umayyad dynasty, which symbolizes purity, and noble deeds, the Green color represents the Fatimid dynasty, which represents the fertile land of Arabia, and the black color represents The Abbasid dynasty, representing the defeat of enemies in battle.
Although Modern Standard Arabic is the official language of Kuwait, Kuwaiti Arabic is the preferred language for daily life in the country. Because Kuwait is an Arab country, Arabic is the predominant language.