It's simple, well designed and fun enough for a 5 minutes session. But above all, it represents the ongoing asymmetrical conflict a way better that other so-called "serious" games (i.e. peacemaker) that pathetically try to offer a politically correct and "balanced" view.
Now it's clear more than ever who's the oppressor and the oppressed. Israel has no interest in a peaceful resolution of the conflict. And it makes some sense: why should you accept compromises when you have an overwhelming military power and unconditioned support from Washington?