Coat of arms of Morocco
|Coat of arms of Morocco|
|Armiger||King of Morocco|
|Crest||The Royal crown of Morocco Or, adorned with pearls alternating Gules and Vert surmounted by a 5-pointed Seal of Solomon Or.|
|Escutcheon||Per fess Azure and Gules, a fess embowed Argent charged with the Atlas Mountain range proper, in chief a Rising sun Or, in base a Pentagram Vert, reaching over the mountain range.|
|Supporters||On the dexter a lion rampant and on the sinister a lion rampant guardant both proper|
|Motto||If you glorify God, he will glorify you|
The current coat of arms of Morocco (formally, the royal coat of arms) was introduced 14 August 1957. It was developed by the graphic artists Gauthier and Hainaut and shows a green pentagram, specifically a two-dimensional Penrose pentacle on a red background before the Atlas Mountains and a rising sun. The royal crown is on top. Two lions function as the holders of the shield. On the ribbon underneath, the Arabic inscription is written: (Arabic: إن تنصروا الله ينصركم) (If you glorify God, He will glorify you) (Quran, Verse 7, Sura 47).