From Gaza with Love is a classic spy/thriller adventure translated into the cyberpunk setting of Interface 2.0. Wealthy Russians, deserts, kidnappings and a plethora of other folks interested in what the party is up to make for an exciting time for all... and enough twists and turns in the plot to keep conspiracy theorists happy.
The initial situation is simple: a Russian lady living in Gaza with her new lover has lost her children to kidnappers and quite understandably wants them back. A wealthy friend will pay the party's fees as leads take them to Israel and out into the desert. The children's father is the obvious suspect - but is he the real villain of the piece?
There's plenty of scope for investigation and for meeting some of the colourful locals as the party works out what is going on and begins to track the children's location. The trail can lead to such diverse locations as a traditional Bedouin camp and the high-tech city of Tel Aviv in Israel, with the concomitant customs and laws to negotiate - anger Bedouins or Israeli security forces at your peril! There are plenty of potentially influential people to impress or annoy should you be planning further adventures in the Middle East.
The adventure is reasonably well-resourced with appropriate floorplans and the layout of the Bedouin camp, but if you are unsure about the spatial relationships between Gaza, the Negev and Tel Aviv you will have to look up a map on your own. The various folk encountered are detailed well, with good references even for the 'cannon-fodder' so you can locate appropriate stats in the core rules and apply any necessary modifications easily.
Exciting classic thriller with the feel-good factor of rescuing some youngsters from a fate worse than death.