Hammad is learning new secrets about the Isaac family with every passing day. Seems like, the dominating dean has his fair share of reasons to hate Hammad and his faith.
The episode opens with Isaac confronting Hammad regarding his faith and his extremism to which Hammad calmly replies he isn’t an extremist and nor does his religion speak of extremism. The debate gets heated and Sara interferes reminding Isaac that Hammad is a guest. Isaac walks out of the dining room leaving everyone embarrassed.
Hammad is leaving Sara’s house when Sara asks him about his visit. He tells her he was glad he came and he jokingly promises to win her over about her religious views with his own. Walking home, Hammad recalls his memories of Imaan and once again becomes saddened at his loss. He however, composes himself wishing not to hurt her with his sadness.
Sara is drawn to Hammad and her infatuation is growing with every passing day. Hammad seems to be getting more and more comfortable with her and this is what his friend Abby hates the most. To her it seems she’s losing Hammad to Sara and she’s being left out. Abby loves Hammad but he has eyes for Imaan only, even after her death. And now, with Sara entering his life, Abby is devastated.
Isaac is very much concerned about Sara and her growing interactions with Hammad. He wants to send Sara to New York with Zeeshan.
The police questions Behzad, Hammad’s friend regarding security concerns. Behzad is unfazed but Hammad is concerned. And it seems Isaac is planning something dangerous with the security forces regarding Hammad and his friends.
Sara is more drawn towards Islam after reading the books and literature Hammad has recommended to her. Seeing her Zeeshan is furious but he doesn’t let it show. Instead he plants garbage in Abby’s head, making her look up Sara and Isaac for their past.
It is then that Abby digs out how Isaac was a Muslim extremist himself a few years back. Hammad is shocked and calls Sara to confirm whatever Abby has told him but Sara cuts the call without answering him. Instead she asks Hammad to meet her so that she can tell him everything.
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Sara tells him how her father was a devoted Muslim but his friends were extremist and how after the 9/11 crackdown he had to face ugly consequences. She tells him how her father was brandished as a terrorist and had to bear torture at the hands of security forces in the USA and so he decided to change his name, his religion and everything else.
Hammad tells Sara he believes her and understands each and everything. But Isaac’s hatred for Hammad is growing even more with each passing day and he labels Hammad as a terrorist and extremist because he delivers the Azaan every day and tells Hammad that he has to quit the university or appear in front of a committee to prove his innocence.