Iran Opens Jihadist Amusement Park

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The Iranian government has opened its own twisted version of a Disney World or Universal Studios amusement park. The park is named The City of Games for Revolutionary Children, which is designed for young children to learn to be revolutionaries and fight against the country’s enemies.

Children eight and older are able to wear military uniforms and garb, as well as fight “battles” against the US and Israel at the new attraction. It’s located in the city of Mashad. Visistors are split up into groups and advance through stages that include sections dedicated to the Iran-Iraq war, defending holy shrines, and evading minefields. Another level allows children to fire plastic bullets at an effigy of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Education is also provided, such as children learning about the battle in Syria against ISIS, Iranian leader and Islamic Republic founder Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomein, and the Shrine of Zaynab in Damascas, Syria, which they also defend in one level.

“At the final station, the children learn that the most important elements for attaining victory are wisdom and intelligence for fighting the enemy,” said theme park boss Hamid Sadeghi. Sadeghi claims the park has been in “great demand” this year by families across Iran.

Courtesy of Daily Mail, listed below are the stages visitors are designated to complete and pictures:

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