Terrorist group Hezbollah has released a video game aimed at indoctrinating young people into its violent ideology.
The first-person-shooter lets players take on the part of a militant fighter in a battle to gain control of a city.
Named Holy Defense, it is described as "not just a mere game, but a simulation aimed at documenting a stage of the holy defence confronting the American-Zionist project".
The enemies facing the player are fighters from fellow terrorist organisation ISIS.
Hezbollah has long been an ally of al-Assad in the Syrian conflict. Its soldiers have fought against ISIS in Syria and in the border regions of Lebanon.