Lebanon’s Hezbollah Launches Syria War Video Game


The Shiite armed group Hezbollah held a ceremony and news conference in Beirut to unveil the latest production of its electronic media department, which it named “Sacred Defense – Protecting the Homeland And Holy Sites”.

“It reflects Hezbollah’s experience in Syria,” Hassan Allam, one of the game’s developers, told AFP.With a life of 12 hours, the first-person shooter game is a low-cost spin-off of bestseller “Call of Duty” that glorifies the group’s battles in the ongoing Syrian conflict.

The game allows for a series of different battles, including against the Islamic State jihadist group, in a variety of different locations, including Syria’s border with Lebanon.

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