Special Force (2003), a computer game developed by the Hizballah Central Internet Bureau, in which the player make guerilla attacks on Israeli soldiers based on real Hizballah operations in Lebanon.
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Wikipedia: Special Force
Short encyclopedia article on the game.
Video Game Mounts Simulated Attacks Against Israeli Targets
"The hottest video game for the teenagers of Beirut's southern Shiite neighborhoods is 'Special Force,' a creation of Hezbollah, the strongly anti-Israel militant organization that is on the United States' terror list." [New York Times] [Registration required.] (May 18, 2003)
Trouble in the Holy Land: Hezbollah's New Computer Game
"The terrorist group Hezbollah, backed by Iran and based in southern Lebanon, has begun marketing a computer game simulating attacks on Israeli soldiers and allowing target practice using Israeli officials such as Prime Minister Ariel Sharon." [WorldNetDaily] (March 03, 2003)
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