Homer Simpson is a man defined by two particular vices: junk food and beer. Neither gel with the sensibilities of the predominantly Muslim Arab world, so in the Arabic version of The Simpsons—which aired for only 34 episodes before being cancelled—some rather odd changes were made.
The "culturally modified" version of the show was marketed to Arab audiences as Al Shamshoon and starred a bastardized, Arab-friendly version of Homer called Omar Shamshoon. Omar neither drank nor consumed any pork products; instead, he was addicted to soda and cookies, because he also didn't eat donuts. Moe's bar became a coffee shop, Ned Flanders' Christianity (his main character trait) was completely glossed over, and scenes that couldn't be edited were cut wholesale. One thing that wasn't changed, however, was Homer's catchphrase: his Arabic doppelgänger did say "Do'h!" when frustrated.
Al Shamshoon did pretty poorly—with fans as well as the creators, who criticized changes they felt ruined the humor of the show.