Molleindustria's "Faith Fighter" Game Featuring Jesus and Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) Fighting Offends Muslims and Christians

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Faith Fighter Game Molleindustria Menghina Islam Dan Nabi Muhammad
An influential Islamic group in Cairo, Egypt stated that an online video game named "Faith Fighter" depicting religious figures fighting each other as offensive to Muslims and Christians. In this "Faith Fighter" game, caricatures the Prophet Muhammad S.A.W, Jesus, the Hindu god Ganesha and Buddha fight against each other with a burning buildings background. Finally this group successfully demanded this online game to be taken offline from the internet.

Organization of the Islamic Conference, based in Saudi Arabia as the representation of the most Muslim nations world wide, said this game should be removed immediately from the Internet.

"The computer game was incendiary in its content and offensive to Muslims and Christians. ... The game would serve no other purpose than to incite intolerance," an OIC statement said.

Molleindustria company based in Italy as the game designer told that the game, which played millions of times and had been around for more than one year, was misunderstood, but had been removed from the Internet. "This was meant to be a game against intolerance and against the one-way Islamophobic satire of the Danish Muhammad cartoons," Molleindustria said. "So if a respectable organization didn't understand the irony and the message, we failed."

Though the game had been around for a while, the OIC was responding to an article in the online British publication Metro UK, which stated the game had offended religious groups.

Islamic law generally opposes physical depictions of the prophet.
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2 Comments:

Sera Melinda

Wow, that's insane and of course offensive. What could be the message of the game, anyway?

Pahlawan Bertopeng 212

tht game is so terrible...

 
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