Thursday, September 30, 2021

Pure incitement: New violent videogame features Palestinian terrorists stabbing Jews to "liberate Al Aqsa"

This is the trailer for an upcoming violent videogame named "Fursan Al Aqsa" (Knights of Al Aqsa)  showing Palestinian terrorists murdering Jewish soldiers on the way for them to "liberate Al Aqsa mosque.

The Brazilian Arab author, Nidal Nijm, describes the game this way:
Fursan al-Aqsa: The Knights of the Al-Aqsa Mosque® is a Third Person Action Game on which you play as Ahmad al-Falastini, a young Palestinian Student who was unjustly tortured and jailed by Israeli Soldiers for 5 years, had all his family killed by an Israeli Airstrike and now, after getting out from the prison, seeks revenge against those who wronged him, killed his family and stolen his homeland, by joining a new Palestinian Resistance Movement called Fursan al-Aqsa: The Knights of the Al-Aqsa Mosque®

Nijm says that his father was a Fatah terrorist in Lebanon.

Death is celebrated - even when the player gets killed, the graphic says that it is cause for rejoicing because he will enter Paradise to marry his seventy virgins. But it is also a reason to "spread your anger against the oppressor."

This is blatant incitement to terror, not only for Palestinian youth but for Muslims altogether. 

Note the name of the protagonist. Palestinians are often named "al-Masri" or "al-Mughrabi" or "al-Shami" (The Egyptian, the Moroccan, the Syrian) but no one is named "al-Falastini" (the Palestinian.) The game author needs to make up such an identity since none exists.