|Coat of arms of Morocco|
|Armiger||Mohammed VI, King of Morocco|
|Crest||Or, the Royal Crown of Morocco, embellished with pearls alternately Gules and Vert|
|Blazon||Gules, in chief a demi-sun rising, with 15 rays or on a background azure, supported by a fess in bar enarched vert, fusily or and argent; the whole surcharged by an interlaced pentalpha vert on a background gules.|
|Supporters||Two lions proper, the one in dexter in profile and in sinister affronté|
|Motto||إِنْ تَنْصُرُوا اللهَ يَنْصُرُكُمْ |
In Tansourou Allaha Yansouroukoum (If you glorify God, He will glorify you)
The current coat of arms of Morocco (formally, the royal coat of arms) was introduced on 14 August 1957.
The government of Morocco describes the coat of arms as follows:
Gules, in chief a demi-sun rising, with 15 rays or on a background azure; supported by a fess in bar enarched vert, fusily or and argent; the whole surcharged by a mullet (pentalpha) vert. The shield ensigned by the Royal Crown of Morocco or, embellished with pearls alternately gules and vert; it is bordered with lamrequins or, sustained on 2 cornucopias and supported by two lions proper: the one in dexter in profile and in sinister affronté.
The shield has a scroll or with a verse from Quran: In Tansourou Allaha Yansouroukoum