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Diss3ntDiss3nt

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 31, 2008

So very true. . .

Most everyone else who reviewed this game is either an idiot who can't understand satire (3hab123) or just an idiot. This game is exactly how the Israeli/Palestinian "conflict" works.

PS - Israel isn't even a real country, it was essentially created by the UN in 1948. Bet most of you didn't know that.


raidgaza responds:

That's irrelevant - many argue that Palestine never has been an actual country either. That's not a reason to kill and maim the other side.


santakelevsantakelev

Rated 0 / 5 stars December 31, 2008

ingorant

This game obviously offers a very serious and thorough way of judging the conflict - "whoever killed more people is the bad guy".
The palestinians have been launching missiles on CIVILIAN targets in israel for 8 years, without any major retalitaion. This is not a war effort, or "opposition", these are pure acts of terrorism, since no military installation was ever targeted. The only reason these missiles are not "kill effective" is the lack of technology, not becuz of lack of trying- remember the horrifying suicide bombers of the early 2000s(which only stoppped becuz of Israel's strong security).
Israel, on the other hand, is hitting only Hamas related targets- missile factorys, launchers and headquarters. Yes, there r civilian casualties, as the Hamas keeps using civilian buildings as hideouts. There were even incidents where the Hamas were found smuggling weapons in ambulances and TV marked veichles. This way of using their own people as "human shields" and propaganda materials clearly shows Hamas' strong virtue of valuing human life.
I wonder what casualty number on the Israeli side would make the recent Israeli attack as "justified"- 10 killed? 40 killed? 150 killed? Try to answer this question while considering that these people r ur friends, relatives, family.
Oh, but i forgot - "violence only begets more violence". So i guess Israel should just sit tight and wait until Hamas also accepts this concept.


raidgaza responds:

"wonder what casualty number on the Israeli side would make the recent Israeli attack as "justified"- 10 killed? 40 killed? 150 killed? Try to answer this question while considering that these people r ur friends, relatives, family."

What about Palestinians, don't they have friends, relatives, families? You can relate to Israelis, but not to Palestinians, how come? They're probably considering the same question. When Hamas fires Qassam rockets, how does that differ from Israeli air raids in your opinion? Palestinians do this for the same reason as Israelis - for revenge.


rebeldevilrebeldevil

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars December 31, 2008

I get your point.

The Israelis are trying to wipe out the poor innocent Muslims. Well personally I side with the group that DOESN'T strap dynamite to themselves in an effort to kill people they don't like. As for the game itself, it was far too simple, with very little in the way of entertainment value. I'd say there should be more of a challenge, but that was the whole point of this game--that there be no challenge, that the Palestinians are the innocent victims here.

Please take your proselytizing somewhere else.



Jurai21Jurai21

Rated 3 / 5 stars December 31, 2008

To all the retards voting 0

Your review is supposed to be about the game itself, not your opinion of its message. Seems like some of you need to put your helmets on and take your meds.

As for the game itself. I thought it was decent. Not really anything to complain about



AudolfAudolf

Rated 0 / 5 stars December 31, 2008

Not sure how this ended up on the front page.

Not sure if this guy is just looking for attention or if he is trying to make a political point. Either way the game is simplistic and and unentertaining. Oh yes and I fell as if the point he is trying to make (if he is trying to make one) is obsolete anyway.