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MSTCrowTMSTCrowT

Rated 0 / 5 stars January 4, 2009

Crappy propaganda game

Anti-semitic tripe. Nice to kill terrorists, though.



henrybricehenrybrice

Rated 0 / 5 stars January 4, 2009

Get your facts right!

You might actually want to get your facts right. Hamas willfully and purposely fire rockets at Israeli civilian targets, with the sole intention of causing as many civilian deaths as possible, and have for the last 8 years. The low number of deaths is due to Israel pouring resources into building bomb shelters and warning systems that allow the residents of sderot somewhere in the region of 10-15 seconds to get to safety, wherever they may be. Hamas rockets have hit schools, kindergardens, shopping centres and bus stations. The Gazan residents who are killed would often be saved, if Hamas (who recieve billions in "humanitarian aid" from Iran, Syria and other, larger terrorist groups such as Al Qaidah) didn't refuse to build any shelters or warning systems, because each of their own civilians who is killed is a victory for them, and a failure for Israel.

Hamas purposely hide the manufacturing laboratories and launch spots for their rockets within densely populated areas, using mosques, hospitals, school and civilian houses as human shields to ensure that Israel won't fire at them. Israel spends large amounts of time and money actually WARNING people in these buildings that they are intending to bomb them, and give them time to leave. If the residents warn Hamas in time, they bring women and children on to the roofs of these buildings, knowing that if Israel find out in time, they will call off the attack, and that if they don't, Hamas will have the "victory" of showing the dead civilians to the world media.

Israel's actions are legal according to international law, the Hamas' are not. Hamas use the Palestinians as human shields, Israel's actions are an attempt to protect their own civilians. Even Hamas admit that the vast majority of the people killed in Gaza in this last action are militants. Many world leaders, including a number from Arab nations such as Egypt, Turkey and Jordan, have issued statements condemning HAMAS, not Israel, for the current hostilities and for causing so many civilian casualties. Many Arab diplomats have less openly given Israel a message, not asking them to stop, but telling us to make sure we don't fail, because Hamas are a danger to all the non-fanatical Muslim and Arab countries.

Trust me, if Israel wanted to kill Palestinian civilians, we have the fire power to wipe out every single person in Gaza within minutes. Israel only want to stop the firing of rockets on our own civilians. Try imagining sleeping in a bomb shelter every night, and being scared to send your kids to school - for eight years!! -, because you know that schools are prime targets for the Hamas. I've lived in that reality, and I've run for the nearest bomb shelter hundreds of times in the last few years. I've proudly served in the IDF, and I know for certain that we have done our utmost to limit civilian casualties while being in the difficult situation of fighting terrorists who hide among unarmed civilians. What other country would have let another country fire rockets at their cities for even 8 days, never mind eight years, and maybe you'll realise that Israel isn't so evil after all!


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gorefangorefan

Rated 2 / 5 stars January 4, 2009

decent graphics... but a boring game

alright graphics but overall this game is just a political tool its not a game, its just propaganda. i mean you can call aid as much as you want and there's no penalty. plus there's only one level!???!?!?!?.It seems as though you spent no time in developing this game.



suicidecontritionsuicidecontrition

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 4, 2009

9 for accuracy

you managed to neglect an option for contracting u.s. military weapons.



anthius81anthius81

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars January 4, 2009

If it weren't political...

The game itself is completely off-base as far as the political and military sensitivities in Gaza are concerned. However, the game itself was not poorly made, and for that reason I am not giving it a zero. If it had been an actual game and not a propaganda tool, it might have been better received by NG as a whole.