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The Dread Caliph of Paliestine

The Dread Caliph of Paliestine

The Dread Caliph of Paliestine by TeeJay87
The Dread Caliph of Paliestine by TeeJay87


After a couple of unpleasant experiences with Hamas supporters active on various websites, I've decided to draw their idol and war criminal Yasser Arafat as undead mujahedin, who rose from his grave in one sole purpose - to spill the blood of innocent Jews and Christians living in Israel, but also the tourists.

If Islam is really the religion of peace, I can't understand why do Muslims all around the world openly admire in public this barbarian Arafat, who is responsible for creating Al-Fatah, Hamas and two bloody wars with Israel.

The idea was partially inspired by Warhammer: Dark Omen videogame .

I would like to thank the following:
- Carlos Latuff,
- "Nutzak Senpai",
-Abdullahi "BobClampettFan164" Bouraleh,
Farhan Malek Azlan
and the rest of Hamas-supporting online bandits, who keep denying the Jews their right to have own country. Without those addle-coves, I would have never drawn their idol Arafat as an undead monster.

Flagged with mature content filter due to the quote our undead caliph is saying. Also in case, someone dislikes the look of walking skeleton with a dangerous weapon and evil glow in eye sockets.

Warhammer: Dark Omen belongs to Games Workshop.

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Saltwater on August 18, 2017, 10:22:29 PM

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SaltwaterExcellent creation.
Very cool shield and scimitar.

TeeJay87 on August 19, 2017, 12:44:40 AM

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TeeJay87Similar fashioned round shields are popular among villains from medieval fantasy series:

- both the living ones (Knights of Neraka from D&D: Dragonlance)

- and the undead ones (main reference I used) & (both are from Warhammer: Age of Sigmar series)

While the scimitar is staple melee weapon of an Arab Muslim warrior; though non-Arab fans of Allah use own versions of the curved sword - Turksand Kurds have killij (like scimitar, just with thinner blade), while Pakis and Indian Muslims wield talwar swords (

Falconlobo on August 17, 2017, 8:32:20 PM

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Falconlobonice pose 

TeeJay87 on August 18, 2017, 4:23:32 AM

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TeeJay87Ready for combat. ;)

alitta2 on August 16, 2017, 1:57:50 PM

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alitta2Cool weapons indeed!
But I wouldn't give them into the hands of a skeleton muslim wearing a table cover on his head :D

TeeJay87 on August 17, 2017, 12:31:15 AM

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TeeJay87That table cover is supposed to be keffiyeh worn in style made up by Yasser Arafat , who was apparently trying to merge traditional Muslim headgear with Soviet budyennovka hat &

cavaloalado on August 13, 2017, 3:58:10 PM

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cavaloaladoCool! The skeleton, the sword and the shield remind me of the Spinal character of Killer Instinct!

TeeJay87 on August 13, 2017, 11:56:17 PM

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TeeJay87Similarly armed skeletons appear in nearly all the better fantasy games, both video, card and tabletop ones. The one from my picture is based on "Warhammer: Dark Omen" design:

- pose reference I used;

- 1990 set of figurines for tabletop game;

- despite those are from 8th Edition of Warhammer, they don't differ much from the ones from "Dark Omen" (4th Edition).