Hebollah Video Game Encourage Kids to Attack Israel
by Jonathan Schanzer • Aug 18, 2007 at 12:06 pm • updated Aug 18, 2007 at 12:20 pm
Ynet has a story today about a Hezbollah video game glorifying its 2006 war against Israel. The object of 'Special Forces 2' is to launch missiles at IDF gunboats, tanks and helicopters, and to fire rockets at "Israeli settlements."
"The July 2006 war ended on August 14, but the electronic war goes on," said Ali Dahar, a Hezbollah media official. "It's the right of every Lebanese child to know what happened in southern Lebanon in order to be able to tell of jihad and resistance."
For more on how Israel botched the Lebanon war, see this Middle East Quarterly essay by Efraim Inbar.
For more on a Boston University professor who defends Hezbollah, click here.
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