The ADL, Anti-Defamation League, rightly took the stance against a supposed video game by Hezbollah that simulates ” Hezbollah missions against Israel…from 1982, 1986, 1996, 1999 and 2000 ” Here are some of the things ADL determined this video game had:
- In the 1986 game, players advance on a fortified hill to an Israeli outpost using a variety of weapons until they are able to kill all the Israeli soldiers, take control of the outpost and seize ammunition and equipment.
- In the 1999 game, players must first disable monitoring equipment before they can explode a roadside bomb to destroy a convoy transporting Israeli General Erez Gerstein.
- The 2000 game involves firing rockets into Israeli territory to kill Israeli soldiers on patrol.
I think we can all agree that those video games have serious problems – but what about Call of Duty, where players kill Russians? Just a thought.