Thursday, August 16, 2007

The Hezbollah Video Game

On the propaganda front, Hezbollah pulls out all the stops. Unlike our leaders in the West, who can't apologize enough for the success of Western civilization, Hezbollah is proud of their thuggery, their hate, their wanton destruction of human life. While the West encourages its young to accept and understand all cultures but its own, Hezbollah will do anything to encourage children to worship death, both their own, and that of their victims. The latest tactic is The Hezbollah Video Game.
Raid Israel to capture soldiers, battle tanks in the valleys of southern Lebanon and launch Katyusha rockets at Israeli towns -- a new Hezbollah computer game puts players on the frontline of war with the Jewish state.

Some 1,200 people were killed in Lebanon in last year's conflict.

"Special Force 2" is based on last year's 34-day conflict between the Lebanese guerrilla group and Israel.

"This game presents the culture of the resistance to children: that occupation must be resisted and that land and the nation must be guarded," Hezbollah media official Sheikh Ali Daher said.

But Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Mark Regev responded by saying: ''It should come as a surprise to no one that Hezbollah teaches children that hatred and violence are positive attributes.''

Designed by Hezbollah computer experts, players of "Special Force 2" take the role of a Hezbollah fighter, or Mujahid. Weapons and points are accumulated by killing Israeli soldiers.
Since this is a report by Reuters, they still report Hezbollah misinformation as fact, and they certainly seem to gush over this new game. But it wouldn't be Reuters without the anti-Israel bias.

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1 Comments:

At 8:50 AM, Blogger Jungle Mom said...

Can you imagine the outrage if this were reversed?

 

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