From Israeli news site Ynet comes word of two new anti-Nasrallah web games.
In one game, created by Amir Lotan, you send an F-15 to bomb the Hezbollah leader as his head appears at random on a Google Map of southern Lebanon. Ynet suggests that "you must gamble" to win (that is, bomb at random until you hit him). However, I found it easiest to hit him if you only wait for him to appear at the very bottom of the screen. Perhaps the game's difficulty is a comment on Israeli military strategy, though it's unclear.
In another game, you bomb Nasrallah (here depicted as a clucking turkey) with a variety of missiles, including a broken toilet, a pig's head, an old refrigerator, and a dead peace dove. Cathartic ridicule, along the lines of the old whack Osama games from the post-9/11 days, or the celebrity assassin games from which they evolved.