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Darwyn Al-Sayeed -- a 30-year-old undercover FBI agent who is also a practicing Muslim -- finds his way (under an assumed name) to an Islamic extremist named Farik, who recruits him to join a terrorist sleeper cell planning an attack in Los Angeles. Darwyn is supervised by Ray Fuller, a close friend who worries for Darwyn's safety.

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Blaming himself for Gayle's death and Mina's successful suicide bomb attack, Darwyn embarks on a suicide mission of his own, heading to Yemen to seek out Farik one last time.
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As July Fourth dawns, the cell prepares to launch two coordinated dirty bomb attacks on the city of Los Angeles, while Darwyn and the FBI move to shut them down.
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Darwyn struggles with having to work for a new boss - the new cell leader - who cuts him out of the loop when planning the cell's upcoming attack.
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Believing the nuclear material is about to arrive at the Port of LA, Darwyn alerts the FBI to prep for picking up the nuke and taking down the cell.
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In Najran, Saudi Arabia, newly freed Farik uses all his resources to further the nuclear plot against Los Angeles.
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The network needs Darwyn to acquire an explosive weapon; Ilija faces a difficult decision; Farik is expatriated to Saudi Arabia.
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Darwyn strives to maintain his cover; Farik's interrogators utilize new techniques to get information.
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FBI agent Darwyn Al-Sayeed prepares to start a new life, then he must investigate a terror suspect; the CIA interrogates Farik.
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When Darwyn discovers that the explosion is a decoy, he leaves a clue he hopes will lead the FBI to the true target.
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The cell hijacks a chemical truck; Farik spends the last night with his wife; the FBI prepares to stop the attack.
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The cell buys explosives from a white supremacist militia, while Darwyn's new handler, Patrice Serxner, tries to prevent the LAPD from blowing his cover in another investigation.
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When an Afghan boy arrives at the warehouse looking to be trained as a jihadi, Darwyn introduces him to a more moderate brand of Islam in the hope of steering him away from terrorism.
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Darwyn befriends a pesticide-plant worker in order to buy some of his company's product under the table for the cell, while each of the jihadis cope with personal troubles of their own.
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The cell members pose as Iraqi insurgents in training, in order to infiltrate and take over a secure warehouse as the new base of operations for Youmud Din.
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Farik sends biochemical student Eddy Pangetsu on a flight to Vancouver, Canada, to drive a shipment of real anthrax across the Canadian border down to Los Angeles.
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Farik learns that the money supply filtering in from Mexico to finance `Youmud Din Judgement Day' has come to a halt; Farik, Darwyn and Christian cross the border to Tijuana, Mexico, and attempt to straighten out their financial problems.
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Farik and Ilija receive a deadly biological anthrax shipment and prepare for an attack inside a Los Angeles shopping mall.
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Darwyn Al-Sayeed is a Muslim ex-con who has just been released from prison and finds his way to an Islamic extremist named Farik, who recruits him to join a terrorist sleeper cell planning an attack in Los Angeles.

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