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Saudi Education Minister Ahmed al-Issa apologized for the mistake, as reported by the BBC, saying a committee was looking into the "unintended mistake".
The historic photo of the leader was accidentally printed in a United Nations lesson with a superimposed Jedi master Yoda sitting beside the king.
Saudi artist Shaweesh created the image in a past series, who reportedly stressed that his work meant no offense to the late leader and rather served as a character assessment, suggesting that they are both "wise, strong and always calm."