Jesus vs. Mohammed? Video Game Upsets Islamic Group
by Associated Press
An influential Islamic group branded an online video game depicting religious figures fighting each other as offensive to Muslims and Christians and successfully demanded Tuesday that it be taken offline.
In the game "Faith Fighter," caricatures of Jesus, the Prophet Muhammad, Buddha, God and the Hindu god Ganesh fight each other against a backdrop of burning buildings.
God attacks with bolts of lighting and pillars of fire while the turbaned Muhammad can summon a burning black meteorite.
The Saudi-based Organization of the Islamic Conference, which represents most Muslim nations, said it should be removed 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.
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