This is a roleplaying product with a social conscience. Some have labelled it as exploitative of current events, but after reading it, I truly believe the authors had nothing but good intentions in creating this game.
The introduction actually starts off with a decent fiction piece about a soldier stationed at the Afghan conflict, dreaming about getting home to his family, torn because he's helped blow up a building with 14 people in it... four of them definitely al Quaeda, the other ten possibly enemies, but with an equal chance of them being innocent bystanders. When this soldier gets home, how is he going to explain this to his three year old son?
RPG - Afghanistan D20