What is the capital of Saudi Arabia? How many Muslims are there in China? A Muslim invented the camera, true or false? The word guitar comes from Arabic, true or false?
These are the types of questions included in a new interactive game on Muslims around the world soon to be launched by The Canadian Charger, Canada’s e-weekly magazine.
After six-months, the top scorer(s) will win the popular iPad as the first prize. Second- third-place finishers will get a set of books about Muslims. Readers can play the game as many times as they wish to improve their score.First prize: an iPad. Second prize: books about Muslims. Third prize: a date with Charger extraordinaire "Elmo" Elmasry?
This is the second game launched by The Canadian Charger. The first one was on climate change and alternative energy: http://www.thecanadiancharger.com/game
The games are informative and fun to play, especially for those aged 15 to 35, according to e-media studies.
Of course, the real prize winners here aren't the evental recipients of these decidely modest prizes. They're the Lefto-'Slamists, who get to advance their anti-Western, anti-Israel agenda at minimal cost. (And who knows--maybe that iPad and book set were donated the person or persons who buy into the rampaging horsey's ideology--so the actual cost was nada.)