On the post about twin flags, an anonymous commenter on the possibility of redesigning other very similar national flags. It was cited, among others, the Bahrain-Qatar case.
I like the Bahrain flag the most:
The colors, the ratio, the simplicity of the serrated edges... it all looks fresh. But I think the flag of Qatar is the ugly duckling of the family:
I like the diamonds of the 1930s-1949 flag of Qatar:
But I dislike the words (it's country's name in Arab, a really dumb idea). I kept the maroon color, as the region was once famous for its purple dyes. I changed the ratio for more conventional 1:2, too.
Just for curiosity: the nine "teeth" represents the fact that Qatar was the ninth emirate to be "reconciled" with United Kingdom, after the seven United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.
I think the result is striking and more original, but still true to Qatari history.
Your suggestions and comments are welcome, too.
Last week there wasn't a post due to technical issues. I'm so sorry!