‘Muslim Massacre’ Game Download And Website Pulled Down After Outrage From Muslims Around The World

by Trendy

‘Muslim Massacre’ is a game where the player controls an American Soldier who is on a mission to destroy, kill and wipe out all Muslims. The game has been condemned worldwide and especially by Muslims. The game delivers a very bad message and glorifies religious genocide. The creator of the game, Sigvatr, claims that he intended this game to be fun. The game is in very bad taste and the last thing that it looks like is fun.

Nicholas Coates of the GulfNews says

Have these people no understanding of what Islam means to Muslims. I think the answer is “obviously not”, which is a shame because a some comprehension of Islam would go a long way to better appreciation of what motivates more than a billion (and increasing) Muslims around the world.

The ‘Muslim Massacre’ game was available for download on its website at www.muslimmassacre.com. Following an universal condemnation of this game, Sigvatr has decided to pull down the game from its website. Sigvatr has posted an apology that reads

I would like to make a public apology for any offense that I might have caused through releasing this game, and to Muslims in particular. My intentions when releasing this project were to mock the foreign policy of the United States and the commonly held belief in the United States that Muslims are a hostile people to be held with suspicion. I would like to make it clear that I have never shared such a belief and my intention was to mock those who actually do believe these things.

It quickly became obvious to me that releasing this game did not achieve its intended effect and instead only caused hurt to hospitable, innocent people. I believe removing this game and website will do much more to attain my desired effect than leaving it on the internet, so I am doing just that.

I would like to ask for the forgiveness of Muslims around the world and to make it clear that I did not release this game with ill intent. So without further ado, I would like to say that I am truly apologetic for what I have done and will take full responsibility for all offense that has been caused. I can only hope that any further misgivings can be laid to rest.

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