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Muslim fanatics in Britain are using sick cartoons, videos and computer games to groom kids as potential SUICIDE BOMBERS.
The extemists pretend to befriend vulnerable youngsters before filling their minds with vile anti-West propaganda.
The People investigated their twisted tactics - likened to those used by paedophiles - in the week that Parviz Khan got life for plotting to kidnap a British Muslim soldier and behead him.
An MI5 source told The People: "It is easy to get children to watch films and cartoons and play computer games.
"The grooming is done slowly, with the ultimate aim of making utterly unacceptable acts seem normal. This is how paedophiles work."
How Stuff Works - Virtual Military
Military officials and video game studios have partnered to create realistic, immersive virtual scenarios that help soldiers acclimate to various combat environments and situations. Nonmilitary gamers can even get a sample of some of these scenarios by playing popular commercial software games.
Simulation as part of the Future Combat Systems (FCS) initiative. Soldiers can practice small team tactics in a virtual urban environment. They use an Xbox console to run the game and take on the role of a team leader attempting to achieve specific objectives in various scenarios. Pandemic Studios later offered a modified version of the software as a commercial game, called "Full Spectrum Warrior."
Other games and simulations include "America's Army" and "Guard Force." The military recognizes that today's Armed Forces recruits have grown up in a culture where video games are common. Today, the military uses these games to help connect with recruits and give them a safe environment to practice techniques and skills. Some programs are web-based, allowing recruits to interact with experienced soldiers and learn about real-life techniques that can help keep them safe.