Another new flag! This time for the oddball of the Western European Trade Union.
Despite the victory of the Central Powers, the British maintained their hold on the island of Cyprus. Greece's attempts at obtaining the island failed due to their neutraity, especially with the loyalty of the Basileus of Greece to the Kaiser. The Ottomans meanwhile made their own attempt, but lost their opportunity at an earlier deal in which the British would pull out of Arabia and thus, leaving the Sauds helpless before the might of the Rashid and their Ottoman allies.
However, time moves on and as the great economies of the world adjusted to the post-war order, many of the Cypriot Greeks and Cypriot Turks would end up leaving for Greece and the Ottoman Empire to seek economic opportunity while joining their countrymen. The only ones who could not go were those who couldn't afford it or did not pass the immigration tests of the nation for various reasons. As Cyprus was organized into a British colony, the remaining groups began intermingling and a new unified identity began being born. Especially as a result of economic hardships.
And then the British got an idea.
After the failure in securing any Jewish homeland from the Ottomans, they decided to make Cyprus into that. Large popuations of Jews began moving into the island, though under the condition of respecting their neighbors and vice versa. It was a mixed bag for the remaining people. On the one hand, they would soon become out-numbered and anti-semitism still lingered even for some of the Jews already present. On the other hand, many of them invested in the island and beyond and brought a miraculous economic recovery for them. While ideas were tossed around for having the island be dividied, a group of Cyriot Turks and Greeks along with some Jews came up with a new idea. Forming a new national identity.
Linguists were invited to create a new Cypriot language, a combination of Cypriot Turkish and Cypriot Greek along with some Jewish words tossed in, with the alphabet being created from the two. Eventually, the new Cypriot language and alphabet would be put into place as the official language.
At the same time though, the Jewish languages would become a more and more common language to be used as anti-semitism faded away over time, to where public buildings and signs would have their messeges in Hebrew along with Cypriot. However, thw Hebrew used was actually New Hebrew, a modernized version of the system which went from an impure abjad to an official alphabet while reading from left to right and with somewhat different looking letters, while the Old Hebrew would still be used on Torahs and Talmuds. New Hebrew would also adopt more than a few words from Cypriot and in English, the latter serving as the unofficial unifying language during this transitional period and indeed is the second most spoken language in Cyprus, after Cypriot, though Cypriot Greek and Turk still exist on the islands.
Despite it being officially designated as the Jewish State of Cyprus upon its release, Judaism is not the official religion of the nation, though it is the majority (as some sought to convert into Judaism in the hopes of giving their children a better networking advantage) with the Orthodox Church still maintaining a stronghold within the nation and co-existing with Judaism on the island.
The flag was the design with the Star of David in the center though the colors were chosen as reflective of the old Byzantine Empire of the past.