Two anti-Israeli computer games released in Tehran

TEHRAN, Sept. 3 (MNA) -- Iran released two anti-Israeli computer games on the eve of the Quds Day.

“Devil Den 2” and “Freedom Convoy”, which have been produced by the School Students Basij Organization, were unveiled during a ceremony on Thursday.

“Devil Den 2” is about the Israeli protocols, Brigadier Mohammad-Saleh Jokar, the director of the organization, which is affiliated to the Education Ministry, said in the ceremony.

“The illegitimate regime has said in its protocols that they will abolish all beliefs,” he stated.

“We have witnessed that the foundations of the illegitimate Zionist regime have been weakened and our younger generation must be familiarized with the protocols and the antihuman ideology of the regime,” he added.

“Freedom Convoy” is about the Israeli attack on the Gaza Freedom Flotilla, Jokar asid.

A number of Iranian military commanders, including the Basij Organization Commander Brigadier Mohammadreza Naqdi and Deputy Commander of the Armed Forces Headquarters Masud Jazayeri, attended the ceremony.

“The downfall of oppressors is carried out by God… In the most pessimistic view, there will be no trace of the Zionist regime in 15 years,” Naqdi said.

He said that the Zionist regime will soon be classified among the Soviet regime and the apartheid government in South Africa, which collapsed years ago.

“The U.S. and Israel are our enemies and undoubtedly, they posses soft and hard capabilities, but new soft investments in religious education and the rise of the Islamic Revolution in the region have created new developments challenging the two powers,” Jazayeri said.

He said that the games have been produced to change the tastes of users who are being flooded with games produced by the U.S. and Israel.

Iran plans to produce six sequels to “Devil Den”. “Devil Den 1” was released in 2009.

In “Devil Den 1”, a number of top Iranian students are abducted by U.S. troops during their pilgrimage to Karbala in Iraq. They are handed over to the Zionist regime to convert them into Israeli soldiers. One of the students manages to escape and tries to help liberate the other students.

A large number of the games were distributed free of charge among the demonstrators participating in the Quds Day rally on Friday in Tehran.




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