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Calle calls Fatima in panic and demands that she and her contacts help get Lisha out. Pervin is devastated by the fight with Husam.
Fatima runs surveillance on Nadir to see if he can lead her to information that will confirm her suspicions. Fatima has arranged Pervin’s escape from Syria.
Dolores calls Fatima with very upsetting information. Fatima is afraid that her phone is tapped and tells Dolores they should meet at her place.
Ahmed, the colleague of Husam, is reported missing and Husam believes he has killed Ahmed.
Fatima tries to convince her chief at the Security Service of the seriousness of the information she has received from Pervin, but is met with complete indifference. What’s going on?
Fatima is going to help bring Pervin home from Syria, but she has a counter-demand. She asks Pervin to spy on her husband.