A new video game launched by Lebanon-based terrorist group Hezbollah features an armed man who wanders the streets of Syria and eliminates his enemies.
Watch: The official trailer of the game
Lebanon-based terrorist group Hezbollah has released a new video game based on the war in Syria.
The game is titled Sacred Defense: Protecting the Homeland and the Holy Sites and is designed as a first-person shooting game similar to popular titles such as Call of Duty. “It reflects Hezbollah’s experience in Syria,” said Hassan Allam, one of the game’s developers.
The hero of the game is Ahmed, a member of the Shiite group who walks down the streets of Syria with his rifle and fires at his various enemies, including ISIS.
An into sequence shows Ahmad dressed in plain clothing while visiting the Sayyidah Zaynab Mosque, one of the holiest sites in Shiite Islam. When the mausoleum comes under attack, Ahmed reappears wearing a military uniform. A picture of Hezbollah’s leader Hassan Nasrallah is hung on the wall in his room.