Two men are caught within separate sides of the same conflict. Ahmed Al Hassama, an Islamic fundamentalist suicide bomber anticipating his mission, is forced by his mentor to settle into a false life, building a family as a cover. Ahmed is inevitably sent as a member of a suicide bomber cell to operate in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and if he wishes to fulfill what his people ask of him, he must leave the family and life he has grown to love. And then there is David Goldberg, the brilliant, cold-blooded Israeli Mossad agent. David is sent to Argentina after the alert of imminent terrorist attacks, where he will encounter Ahmed in the years to follow. These two extremist characters --- one Islamic and the other Jewish -- collide paths while on opposing sides of the 1994 AMIA bombings in Buenos Aires.