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    Karkour the Mischievous Chicken (Tomorrow's Pioneers)

    "Don't let your kids watch it!" - Robbie Rotten

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    Reason: Associated with a real-life terrorist organization.

    Karkour the Mischievous Chicken
    If he was an actual chicken, you'd wanna travel all the way to Gaza just to make him into fried chicken and sell him at KFC!
    Gender: Male
    Type: An evil chicken who promotes terrorism
    Species: Chicken
    Portrayed by: Mohammed Alareer
    Status: Deceased
    Media of origin: Tommorrow's Pioneers

    Karkour (كركور) is a costume-based character who appeared in the infamous Palestinian propaganda children's show Tomorrow's Pioneers. He, along with Farfour, Nahoul, Assoud, and Nassur were widely hated worldwide for several reasons.

    Why He Should Be Taken By KFC

    Important note: This character is extremely controversial for reasons explained below. No positive pointers/section will be permitted on this page. Anyone on this wiki that is caught adding redeeming qualities will have to be dealt with, and their edits will be reverted.

    1. His design is also very cheaply made (despite being somewhat better than Nassur's).
    2. Due to being a costume-based character, Karkour can't even physically express emotions.
    3. He, along with the second incarnation of Nahoul, were both played by an actual terrorist.
    4. He is nothing more than a symbol of terrorism, which not only make him unlikable but also tragic (not that we feel bad for him though).
    5. His voice is (somehow) worse than Nassur's.


    • Content on him is hard to find, even harder than the others.
    • After Tomorrow's Pioneers got banned in many countries, he became an obscure character.
    • His name is similar to Farfour's, but spelled with ک instead of ف.



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