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Raid Gaza!

rated 3.02 / 5 stars
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Strategy - Real-time (RTS)

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Dec 30, 2008 | 12:24 PM EST

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Don't be naive@henrybrice

Again and again I find some narrow minded people comparing Israel's operation and Hamas's rocket. Especially the complaint of one of the reviewer here (henrybrice) that Hamas is not building bunkers and early warning system for protecting Gazans is based on a shallow understanding of what is going on.
There is this thing called asymmetric warfare. Hamas strives to achieve greater popular support through this war and Israel strives to diminish Hamas's rocket firing capability. They are trying to achieve asymmetric goals through asymmetric means.
Both Israel and Hamas employs techniques at their disposal to achieve their goals at the same time trying to spoil the others plan.
In its attempt to achieve its goal of eliminating Hamas's rocket firing capability, Israel uses its modern military to destroy supply, manufacturing infrastructure, stockpiles and human resource of Hamas. Just the way it is doing it right now. So far we know it has at least killed two important Hamas officials. The reduction of Hamas's stockpile, supply line and manufacturing capacity is yet to be clearly known.
As to Hamas all it needs to do is make sure that as much proportion of the Palestine causality as possible is civilian population to trigger public anger against Israel and support for Hamas. The technique of hiding its assets around civilian structures is in line with this technique. The result of this is demonstrated by the increasing high turnout of ant-Israel protests around the world. The likes of Hamas and Hezbollah thrive on such popular passion for their continuing existence and growth; such passion is their ultimate source of money and recruits.
Israel understands Hamas's strategy and tries to thwart it by trying its best to minimize civilian causality and it has done considerable effort in that direction by calling the residents around possible targets. Given that Hamas actively works in the line of maximizing civilian causality, Israel's level of success on the ground is questionable.
Hamas for its part does its best to thwart Israel's plan by hiding its assets, especially important personnel. But the loss of its two senior officials demonstrates the difficulty it is facing. Its ability to continue to fire rockets is interesting to note, though.
Chances are both Hamas and Israel will achieve their goals; the rockets will cease to be fired into Israel and Hamas would become more popular than ever. The losers will bill the Palestine authority, Gaza civilians and the so called 'peace process'.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

5/5 10/10 this is just awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Fuck e'm, fuck e'm hard with everything we got!!! Die fuckers. i love this game it's so awesome espacially because i'm israeli and my city being bombarded by those fuckers to. your awesome, awesome game!!! DIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! >:D !!!!!!!!! LONG LIVE ISRAEL


Rated 5 / 5 stars



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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

On Almost Ambulance Chasing...

The ultimate irony: The dominant strategy in this game is to not deploy ground forces and just sit there hurling missiles in the other direction. From there it's a matter of timing.

While the satire may be a bit too far, this game does not reflect the entire situation in the Middle East: this little "classy bar" episode breeds only more anti-Israeli fighters from dying Palestinians' children, and thus more violence.

Minus three for not testing your game for such an obvious bug before releasing. If you're going to satirize recent events, avoid looking like an idiot in doing so.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Classic music,same old politic war,my kind of day.

Another joke for the Israel and a slap in the face for the Palestinian. By the way, the #1 for this got about 80m score and he is a Israel! Concide? Guess again...