"Rolls-Royce Phantom Two. 4.3 litre, 30 horsepower, six cylinder engine, with Stromberg Downdraft carburetor. Can go from zero to 100 kilometers an hour in 12.5 seconds. And I even like the color."―Sultan[src]
When Walter Donovan and his Nazi colleagues sought to enter Hatay to search for the Holy Grail in 1938, they needed the Sultan's permission to cross Hatay's border. The Sultan, who valued technology over mysticism, didn't believe in the legend of the Holy Grail, and considered it a foolish quest, but was willing to allow them do as they wished in exchange for suitable compensation. He turned down the gold and jewels 'donated' by the finest Jewish families in Germany. However, he allowed them passage and even lent them some of his troops - in exchange for Donovan's Rolls-Royce Phantom II staff car.
However, despite the Hatay Sultan's help providing soldiers and troops, the Nazis failed in obtaing eternal life with the Holy Grail, and Donovan perished after drinking from a false grail at the Temple of the Sun.
Behind the scenesEdit
During the development of the film's original script, written by Jeffrey Boam, the Hatay Sultan's role was literally the same, but it had a great difference. In the original version of the story, Kemal (Kazim in the final film) was his personal assistant and was the one who unders the orders of the Sultan, offered all possible help to Walter Chandler (Walter Donovan in the final film) and the Nazis to find the Holy Grail. 
In reality, Hatay was a Turkish republic and didn't have a Sultan. The League of Nations adopted a constitution on May 19, 1937 and the Republic of Hatay was founded. On June 29, 1939 the parliament of Hatay voted to reunite with the Republic of Turkey. France accepted unification of Hatay with Turkey. Tayfur Sokmen (1892 - 1980) was the first and only president of the Hatay Republic.
In LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures, the Hatay Sultan is absent during the Hatay scenes, so the Nazis attack Indiana Jones and his friends without the help of the Hatay army. In the sequel, the Hatay Sultan is also absent during the story, but it's an unlockable character.
- Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (First appearance)
- Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade novel
- LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues (As "Hatay King") (Non-canonical appearance)