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Unidentified Wartime Flags

On Yahoo news on 29 March 2003 there was a picture of an unexploded American missile being carried by loads of people in front of the information ministry in Baghdad. In the background, there are three flags visible: an Iraqi flag, plus two plain flags, one red the other blue. What flags are those? Does anyone know?
Jorge Candeias, 29 March 2003

Unidentified Flag in Northern Iraq

Unidentified Flag, Iraq
image by Jorge Candeias

I recently saw this black-white-green horizontal tricolor twice in TV images shot in Northern Iraq (Kurdish area). The first time as a small hand flag with fringe, being waved by a Kurdish demonstrator, the second time as a normal flag, being flown from a civil vehicle in the middle of a celebration. Both showed a quite dark shade of green. Proportions were different, though; the hand flag looked a lot more square than the normal flag.
Jorge Candeias
, 10 April 2003

Unidentified Flag with Green Star

Yesterday, in images showing protests against the torture of Iraqi prisoners at the hands of American soldiers, I saw a white flag with a single green 5-pointed star and a few inscriptions in Arabic on both sides.
Jorge Candeias, 06 May 2004

Unidentified Military Flag

Unidentified Flag, Iraq
image by Eugene Ipavec, 27 Dec 2010

An Iraqi army flag was shown in BBC News footage of a military funeral ceremony on Aug 12 2010 - lilac, with a green hoist triangle and a black-edged map of Iraq in the fly, a curved line of writing above it. Crudely reproduced above.
Eugene Ipavec, 27 Dec 2010