New Video Game 'IS Defense' Has Players Defend Europe Against Muslim Invaders
He created an ultra-violent video game that encouraged players to act out genocidal maniac fantasies and boasts about his anti-Islamic views.
Now computer games boss Jaroslaw Zieliniski has released a savage new video game that allows players to slay invading Isis jihadis - but also carries insulting messages to Muslims.
The game, IS Defense, is set 2020 and its aim is to protect Europe from fanatics who have taken over north Africa and are now launching an invasion on the West.
But the Isis flag has been altered to apparently represent Allah as a dog, and the Prophet Mohammed has been changed into a smiley face in another.
Campaigners warned that as well as inflaming hatred against Muslims, the game could in fact encourage pro-jihadi views.
In an interview with MailOnline, 29-year-old Mr Zieliniski said: 'Since when is killing bad guys from one group xenophobic? It's like calling WWII shooters anti-German, as they shoot German Nazis.
'The Modern Warfare series should then be called anti-Islamic and anti-Russian, as you fight Arabs and Russians.
'ISIS said that they are going to smuggle their forces into Europe among immigrants. And we saw lately that what they said is true.
'The biggest threat to the destabilisation of Europe, which is progressing nicely, is by terror attacks and flooding us with waves of Muslim migration.
'I have nothing against being called anti-Islamic or xenophobic, because yes, I kind of am, I admit it.'
He went on: 'I am anti-religion. Including Islam. But I consider Islam to be much worse than any other religion.'
Mr Zieliniski, from Gliwice, southern Poland, previously told Vice: 'These Muslim immigrants are not adapting to European culture and customs and they don't intend to and don't even try to convince me it is different. I believe most of Europeans know that nothing good is coming from taking a shitload of these immigrants. So there's nothing to demonize, they've demonized themselves.
'Most of them are coming to Europe to live as lazy-ass social funding suckers. Not for honest work, not to bring anything positive here. Of course, there are some good people among them, who are simply seeking a better life and I don't have anything against them. But it's a small minority among these masses.'
The game, which is on sale for £5.50, is unusual in highlighting an existing terror group. A previous game featuring the Taliban, Medal of Honour, was banned for sale on US military bases over fears it would offend victims.
But critics of IS Defense are more concerned that it could stoke racial hatred and say the imagery is insulting to Muslims.
Sheikh Paul Salahuddin Armstrong, co-director of the Association of British Muslims, told MailOnline: 'On IS flags, there's writing which means, 'There's no god but God', and a circular symbol, the 'Seal of Prophet Muhammad', which means 'Muhammad messenger of God'. Words and symbols common and sacred to all Muslims.
'The fact IS uses these sacred symbols while committing the most horrendous of atrocities, is itself deeply offensive to the vast majority of Muslims worldwide, and the alterations made in the video game only make an already terrible and most upsetting situation worse.'
He added: 'Video games are a powerful medium. The proliferation of hyper-realistic games that promote violence is worrying, whether that violence is general or targets certain ethnic or religious groups, especially with advances in graphics and gameplay.
'We still do not know the long term affects these games will have on our children and others who play them, sometimes addictively.'
Musa Czachorowski, a spokesman for the Union of Muslims in Poland (MZR), said: 'It starts with a computer game and it could end with a tragedy.
'If there is a game about killing then it is dangerous. It's not just about Muslims but about any ethnic or religious groups
'A game about killing anybody is teaching people about hatred.'
I have nothing against being called anti-Islamic or xenophobic, because yes, I kind of am, I admit it
Production of IS Defense began in October last year as a 'side project', according to the company website.
Wanting to recreate an old-style 'shoot-up game', Mr Zielinski said he was thinking what kind of enemy he could 'slaughter with a heavy machine gun'. 'So I thought, 'Oh, yes. These IS murderous b*******'. I think many people will enjoy gunning down terrorist scum.'
In two frames, published on the website of Mr Zieliniski's firm Destructive Creations, the ISIS flag has been altered.
The shahada - the basic statement of the Islamic faith - on the flag should read: 'There is no God but Allah, Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.'
However, in one image the phrase 'there is no god but...' is followed by the image of a dog. In a second, the word Muhammad can be read but has been changed into a smiling face. Dogs are traditionally seen as impure in Islam.
Mr Zieliniski, CEO of the Polish company Destructive Creations which is behind the game, admitted the flags had been doctored. He said: 'We've changed the original ISIS flag, because my team forced me to do this as those are clearly religious verses.
'I was against this alternation, but wanted them to quit moaning, so I told them 'whatever'.
'In the game you have original Islamic State flags, as you can see on these Humvees.
'It's not our fault that ISIS flag contains what it contains. These alteration were just some random stuff, not anything meaningful. So if it's offensive it's not intentional.'
He boasted of his anti-Muslim views, telling MailOnline in an extraordinary online rant: 'Many Islamists are talking about taking over Europe by their faithful fertility, not by guns. People=votes and they will want to take over western countries using democracy.
'It will be a point very close to bring Sharia law everywhere and bah, you are doomed. At this point I have to say that the only way of defence is bringing so much demonised nationalism in, to integrate our societies and stay strong against all this.
'It won't happen until eurocrats have too much influence on sovereignty of our countries. Yeah, you guessed, I'm against EU.
'The sad conclusion is that maybe ISIS is losing the battles in the middle-east, but they are slowly winning the war for dominating Europe.
'Someone should stop it, for the sake of our children (unless you consider Sharia to be something okay and acceptable).'
Rafal Pankowski from the Nigdy Wiecej (Never Again) Association, one of Poland's leading anti-racist organisations, told MailOnline: 'These disgusting games are peddled internationally and they contribute to the socialisation of young people into the dangerous world of racism and violence.
'Anti-Muslim prejudice and racist attacks have become a major problem in Poland in the last months, despite the fact Muslims amount to less than 1 per cent of society in Poland. '
Brad Bushman, professor of communication and psychology at The Ohio State University, has studied the effects of violent video games on aggression.
He does not believe making reference to specific terror groups in the game is appropriate and thinks the ideology in IS Defense could influence players.
'The bottom line is that pairing Islam with terror is a bad idea because it may lead to prejudice against all Muslims,' he told MailOnline. 'It certainly is not appropriate for young children. It is a first person shooter, where the player has the same visual perspective as the killer.'
He believes the game should not be played by anyone younger than 13.
The game involves the player manning a machine gun position on a beach in North Africa as ISIS fighters land boats and pour onto the sand, rushing the player's position.
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