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The Al Saud , the ruling family of Saudi Arabia, has long been closely associated with the Wahhabi religious movement. The Wahhabis, since the 18th century, had used the shahada on their flags. [7] In 1902 Abdulaziz Abdulrahman Al-Saud , leader of the Al Saud and the future founder of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, added a sword to this flag. [7] The design of the flag was not standardized prior to March 15, 1973, and variants with two swords and/or a white vertical stripe at the hoist were frequently used. By 1938, the flag had basically assumed its present form, except the sword had a different design (with a more curved blade) and it, along with the shahada above, took up more of the flag's space.

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