Fatima tries to convince her manager at SÄPO's (The Swedish Security Service) Middle East department about the seriousness of the information she has been given by Pervin, but is met by a compact disinterest. Is there an underlying reason for this? At the same time, she forces Pervin to dig deeper. Pervin, in turn, gets braver, but when she is confronted by Husam's colleague Ahmed with the cellphone in hand, she is forced to make a fateful decision. When Sulle comes to breakfast wearing a hijab, her father is furious. He refuses to see his daughter in a garment that symbolizes the oppression they left. Unfortunately, his reaction only serves to feed Sulle's defiance.