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PlayStation, Xbox and Valve called on to drop Six Days in Fallujah

A prominent Muslim advocacy organisation has called for PlayStation, Xbox and Valve to drop controversial shooter Six Days in Fallujah.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the largest Muslim civil rights charity in the US, issued the call in a press release which brings the game’s subject matter back into the spotlight once again.

Calling the game an “Arab murder simulator”, CAIR linked to Rebekah Valentine’s recent article for IGN on the game, “Six Days in Fallujah Is Complicated and Painful For Those Connected to the Real Events,” and an article from Turkish-state owned news outlet TRT World, “Six Days in Fallujah reveals the gaming industry’s Islamophobia problem.”

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A prominent Muslim advocacy organisation has called for PlayStation, Xbox and Valve to drop controversial shooter Six Days in Fallujah.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the largest Muslim civil rights charity in the US, issued the call in a press release which brings the game’s subject matter back into the spotlight once again.

Calling the game an “Arab murder simulator”, CAIR linked to Rebekah Valentine’s recent article for IGN on the game, “Six Days in Fallujah Is Complicated and Painful For Those Connected to the Real Events,” and an article from Turkish-state owned news outlet TRT World, “Six Days in Fallujah reveals the gaming industry’s Islamophobia problem.”

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