What one Muslim would prohibit

This must be a real sin over there

How many of these games set in Iraq are just the creme de la creme of Zionist propaganda?

Xbox, released two months after 9/11. “Halo” – you’re an angel for killing ugly aliens once you get out of high school, kid. Nah, that’s conspiratorial thinking, which I don’t do.

Coincidental name-choice for this baddie

Khaled Al-Asad from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

We NeEd RECROOTZ goyim!

Look at this character’s fandom page – so many parallels to the Syrian president.

Many of these first-person shooters, often created with input from U.S. military advisers—a handful of Navy SEALs was punished for consulting on the 2012 video game Medal of Honor: Warfighter—are set against the backdrop of fictionalized real-world conflicts, often within Middle Eastern countries. Some have entire sections set within Iraq, like the Battlefield series.

Created with input from the Israel Lobby more like.

Teaching your twelve year olds to murder particular races, just having a normal one in that industry.

Here’s the description of a series of games that began in 1995 – “prime em while they’re young”

Set in an alternate history, the game tells the story of a world war between two globalized factions: the Global Defense Initiative of the United Nations and a cult-like militant organization called the Brotherhood of Nod, led by the mysterious Kane. The groups compete for control of Tiberium, a mysterious substance that slowly spreads across the world… Inspired by the events of the era, particularly the Gulf War, the team gave the game a modern warfare setting.

Kane” – no Biblical resonance there.

What! They really get obvious with this stuff don’t they

many of his followers draw a direct connection between him and the Abrahamic figure of Cain, which he does not go out of his way to confirm or deny.

Oy he killed Abel, dat’s us!

I think there’s been seven generations since then you pathological Hyksos

Lots of mining to do in regard to Zionism in videogames I suspect.

So this genre does exist

It’s propaganda when it’s against them ahaha

Not seeing Under Ash or Under Siege on Steam.

A first person shooter called Special Force was released in 2003 – its developer? Hezbollah.

A review found on Wayback Machine

Are there games with the most updated graphics like this being released today?

See how manipulative this double-standard is?

Makes me want to shoot a Jew in the head, in a video game of course.

No.. no.. not Pokemon too, not Pokemon

This turned out to be stupid, Muslims can be pretty good at that, let’s not have any illusions.

Okay this is epic

This is from 2018

it will not be easy to download online, as the United States, which considers Hezbollah a terrorist organisation, has issued a series of sanctions in recent years attacking its financial network.

This is from 2019

To Yandex it is then. Ali Moussawi (Али Муссави) you’re getting droned! Imagine how Muslims who have written about the same sorts of things regarding Exodus I have being bombed by a flying robot.

Another place to look hoohoohoohahaha

North Korea, for instance, created smartphone games in 2017 that tasked players to manage nuclear escalation with America. Singer calls this emergent strategy “militainment.”

A video game I’d want my kid to play

It is about storming an American base and eliminating the George W. Bush located in it.

What, this was made in 2002?

Another title I didn’t expect to see

(The developers end up moving to the US, effectively deradicalizing them.)

Good question

A couple newyorker articles that you won’t be surprised about at all

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