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The time has come to show our true strength. They underestimate our resolve. Let us show that we do not fear them. As one people, we shall free our brethren from the yoke of foreign oppression!
— Khaled Al-Asad

Khaled Al-Asad is the secondary antagonist of the video game Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. He was the leader of the Saudi OpFor and a member of the so-called Four Horsemen, an alliance of terrorist leaders who sought to usurp and replace the hegemony of the Western world with their own.

At some point after gaining command of the OpFor Al-Asad met with Ultranationalist leader Imran Zakheav and joined the Four Horsemen as the Second Horseman. Already harboring a dislike for Saudi President Yasir Al-Fulani, Al-Asad was easily convinced by Zahkeav to coup him to distract Britain and the United States from the upcoming Second Russian Civil War.

In 2011, Al-Asad successfully launched his coup, crushing any resistance and capturing Al-Fulani, whom he executed during a speech broadcast live on national television. Fearing Al-Asad’s rule would destabilize the Middle East, the United States launched an invasion of Saudi Arabia to remove him from power, prompting the OpFor commander to go into hiding in Azerbaijan.

The invasion force was stiffly resisted by the OpFor but eventually pushed into the capital city, where they believed Al-Asad was hiding. Instead, they discovered a Russian nuclear warhead in its place. Despite their attempts to disarm the nuke, it was detonated by Al-Asad under orders of Ultranationalist and fellow Horseman Vladimir Makarov, killing most of the invasion force.

That same year, Zakheav's plans for a Second Russian Civil War came to pass, during which Nikolai, a Russian informant for the Special Air Service (SAS) informed his employers of Al-Asad's whereabouts. A squad of SAS operatives was employed and successfully stormed Al-Asad's safehouse before capturing, interrogating, and finally executing the horseman.

Battle vs. Zavimir Serdar (by Goodboy12)[]

Khaled Al-Asad: Red Red Red Red Red

Zavimir Serdar: Blue Blue Blue Blue Blue

In a small Arab town, Zavimir Serdar and four of his soldiers approach the market through the street. Meanwhile, Khaled Al-Asad's sniper spots them. He aims his Dragunov and hits one of them. Blue Serdar spots him and orders his man with the G3 to fire. He kills the sniper. Red Serdar and his guards now move into the gate. Al-Asad's man with the RPG fires a shot, but misses. This gives Serdar a chance to fire his MP-443 at him. Red Also, Serdar's sniper kills the man with the RPD. Red

Meanwhile, Serdar's shotgunner is going around to outflank Al-Asad, but the W1200 blows the guy to pieces. Blue Al-Asad comes out of hiding with an FAL, passing it to his shotgunner. He fires the FAL at one of Serdar's men, killing him. Blue Serdar pickes up his M2 Carl Gustav and fires it at Al-Asad, wounding him with shrapnel. Now the PKM guy comes out of hiding and kills the man with the FAL. Red He moves in to kill Al-Asad, but is blown away by his Desert Eagle. Blue A leader on leader fight ensues.

Serdar fires his MP-443 at Al-Asad on the stairwell, missing him. He goes up, and finds him supposedly wanting to jump off the building. But this is his trap. "Your too easy on me" he says. Then he turns around immeadiately and fires all 6 remaining rounds into Serdar. Blue He yells "العرب " (For Arabs) in victory.

Expert's Opinion[]

The reason why Al-Asad won is because even though Serdar had better weapons, Al-Asad dominated in the X-Factors, tipping the scales in Al-Asad's favor.

To see the original battle, weapons, and votes, click here.