An Austrian court cleared a far-right politician of incitement on Friday, ruling that an online anti-mosque game used in his election campaign did not encourage violence against Muslims in real life.

Freedom Party deputy Gerhard Kurzmann used the game in his failed bid to become governor of the southeastern province of Styria in 2010.

Prosecutors accused him of inciting religious hatred and defaming a religion with the game.

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