After the team of Navy SEALS killed Bin Laden, members of al-Qaeda discovered a detailed map of the inside of the compound where Bin Laden lived.
This could only mean that there was a traitor in the group. Finding out who and punishing that traitor became a number one priority.
In London, the two idealistic Palistinian students are discussed. Malik and Chaudhry really want what is better for Pakistan and feel that because of terrorism, people around the world, have a bad impression of Muslims.
The British intelligence officer handling the two men is Dan, "Spider" Shepherd. He's a man of compassion and wants to keep his two assets safe.
At the center of the story, al-Qaeda is planning a new strike in England. This could cause thousands of deaths. Dan knows it's dangerous but wants to keep Malik and Chaudhry in place so he can find out the details of the operation.
There is also a side story where right wing men are trying to purchase a large quantity of arms to strike against Muslims. They feel that it would be good if they could rid the entire country of Muslims.
Even though the story had flaws, I was entertained. I also felt reassured by reading the words of Malik and Chaudhry and reaffirming that moderate Muslims were still active and trying to get people of different faiths to live and work together.