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* {{Foreshadowing}}: In "The Coup", when Imran Zakhaev pulls out a [[HandCannon Desert Eagle]] and aims it at Al-Asad, you can see him hesitate as if going through an internal OhCrap, before Zakhaev flips the gun around for him to use. Not only does this demonstrate [[TheManBehindTheMan who's really in charge]], but it also showcases that for all of his bluster in trying to take over his nation, Al-Asad is a DirtyCoward when faced with a potential direct threat.


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* SnowMeansDeath: It was snowing on the mountain that his airbase was on and he also died there while it was snowing.

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* SnowMeansDeath: It was snowing on the mountain that his airbase was on and he also died there while it was snowing.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: He dies ''in the same scene'' that he's introduced in, due to Soap and Roach shooting him as well as all of his men.


* KarmicDeath: The first act he commits is executing President Al-Fulani (on live television, no less). Al-Asad himself meets his end when Price executes him unceremoniously after subjecting him to some JackBauerInterrogationTechniques beforehand.

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* KarmicDeath: The first act he commits is executing President Al-Fulani (on live television, no less). Al-Asad himself meets his end when Price executes him unceremoniously after subjecting him to some JackBauerInterrogationTechniques JackBauerInterrogationTechnique beforehand.


* KarmicDeath: The first act he commits is executing President Al-Fulani (on live television, no less). Al-Asad himself meets his end when Price executes him unceremoniously after subjecting him to some JackBauerInterrogation beforehand.

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* KarmicDeath: The first act he commits is executing President Al-Fulani (on live television, no less). Al-Asad himself meets his end when Price executes him unceremoniously after subjecting him to some JackBauerInterrogation JackBauerInterrogationTechniques beforehand.

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* KarmicDeath: The first act he commits is executing President Al-Fulani (on live television, no less). Al-Asad himself meets his end when Price executes him unceremoniously after subjecting him to some JackBauerInterrogation beforehand.

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* OhCrap: He lets out an absolutely satisfying one in ''slow motion'' [[spoiler:as he's lynched by Price at the end of ''Modern Warfare 3'']].


* EvilSoundsDeep: During his speech, his voice is revealed to be very deep and gravelly. It also goes without mentioning that this guy is pure bad news.



* HeWhoMustNotBeSeen: [[spoiler:Nobody knows that he is involved in the conflict until Price answers the call on Al-Asad's phone.]]

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* HeWhoMustNotBeSeen: [[spoiler:Nobody knows that he is involved in the conflict until Price answers the call on Al-Asad's phone. Gaz even calls him "a ghost" during the briefing for ''Sins of the Father'' to further highlight that Imran's done a pretty good job to avoid being detected for 15 years.]]


* DirtyCoward: He panics when Price pulls the pin on the nerve gas canister, and immediately tells Price everything he wants to know.

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* DirtyCoward: When Price, Soap, and Yuri breach into his office during "Return to Sender", Waraabe immediately tries to bolt, only to get shot in the leg. He panics when Price pulls the pin on the nerve gas canister, and immediately tells Price everything he wants to know.


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* LaserGuidedKarma: [[spoiler:Price coldly guns him down as vengeance for the countless SAS operatives who were killed because of the weapons Waraabe sold to Makarov]].



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** In addition, the newspaper clippings and cutscenes ([[FreezeFrameBonus when paused]]) show that he was a complete mass-murdering lunatic even before he took control of the Ultranationalists. The total number of civilians he killed in various attacks and bombings prior to the events of ''Modern Warfare 2'' was close to two thousand.


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During the events of the third game, the Ultranationalists, following their initial invasion of the US, are driven out following a major defeat in New York City, and are forced into a hasty retreat. Two months later, President Boris Vorshevsky, leader of the moderate Ultranationist faction, hopes to make peace with the US government. Makarov, however, has other plans...

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* AfricanTerrorists: The leader of the Somalian branch of the African Militia, who help Makarov by dealing in arms and participate in the smuggling of the DeadlyGas used on most of Europe.

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* MiddleEasternTerrorists: He's the leader of one such group, who take over and then rule the country they're in with an iron fist.

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