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Antisemitic computer game lets players reenact Hamas Oct. 7 massacre

Players can pretend they are Hamas terrorists violently killing Israeli soldiers

Screenshot from Fursan al-Aqsa: The Knights of the Al-Aqsa Mosque (Photo: Steam online forum)

Antisemitic computer game enthusiasts with a penchant for the Hamas terror group can now play a game which allows them to reenact the horrifying events of the Oct. 7 massacre when terrorists killed at least 1,200 people in the south of Israel and kidnapped 240 hostages into Gaza.

The computer game is called “Fursan al-Aqsa: The Knights of the Al-Aqsa Mosque” and enables the player to take on the role of a Hamas terrorist on Oct. 7 and in the ongoing war in Gaza.

It was developed by a religious Muslim in Brazil, Nidal Nijm, and released three years ago and while the game is not new, the ability to reconstruct the day of the deadly attack and the war in Gaza was added to the game since the Hamas massacre took place on Oct. 7.

According to Ynet news, the game does not allow the player to murder civilians, although raping, maiming and shooting civilians was exactly what Hamas did during its murderous rampage on Oct. 7. 

Screenshot from Fursan al-Aqsa: The Knights of the Al-Aqsa Mosque (Photo: Steam online forum)

The New Arab reported that the original “Knights of Al-Aqsa Mosque (Fursan Al-Aqsa) is a first-person shooter set based in Jerusalem where players guide Ahmad Al-Falastini – a Palestinian student ‘unjustly tortured and jailed’ by Israel – through the streets of the city as he confronts Israeli soldiers.”

According to the New Arab, it took Nijm a decade to develop the game that he says was “inspired” by his father, a Fatah fighter who emigrated to Brazil from Lebanon following the first Lebanon war in 1982.

“It was my father who encouraged me to video game since I was a little boy and he told me to study and learn so that one day I could produce a video game about the Palestinian Resistance,” Nijm said.

The game is sold on the Steam online forum, and is advertised as the “game which addresses the Israel x Palestine conflict from a Palestinian perspective."

The promo also reads: "The Palestinian Max Payne on Steroids. Most BASED game of all times and let Zionists melting, seething and crying” and shows Israeli soldiers wearing diapers made of the Israeli flag.

A Hamas terrorist is shown to be paragliding into Israel, where he stabs an Israeli soldier in the neck and kills him.

The game is extremely violent with the focus on killing Israeli soldiers and police with suicide bombings, slitting throats or decapitation, similar to the actions of Hamas terrorists during the Oct. 7 terror attack. The game incites terrorism against Israel, with locations taken directly from IDF bases surrounding Gaza and promotes terror attacks against them.

The All Israel News Staff is a team of journalists in Israel.

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