Trejolie Finer is a New York Times reporter in Los Angeles to begin new assignment for the Los Angeles Quotidian. She receives an urgent call from a woman known as Voice. Voice tells Trejolie that former CIA agent and famed author Nadia Hadith is fatally shot in the driveway of her home by a man who is working for B'nai B'rith, a Jewish Freemason secret society, whose aim is to stretch Israel's borders from the River Nile to the Euphrates and to rebuild the Third Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
To accomplish this, B'nai B'rith will marry out Aqidah Ramadan, an American beauty of Jewish descent, to King Sharif Khalid Faisal of Jordan. Once in Maqar [the royal court], Aqidah will poison the king. Sunni Muslims will blame Syria's Shiites for the assassination. In the chaotic midst of ongoing war between Shiites and Sunnis, The Faithful, with the help of the Mossad and the CIA, will blow up the Dome of the Rock to begin construction of the Third Temple Mount. The atrocity and disaster will be blamed on an errant Hezbollah missile.
Voice explains that B'nai B'rith is behind Nadia's death because she was about to expose their secret in her upcoming book. And Nadia has bequeathed the manuscript of the unfinished book to Trejolie to finish it.
Trejolie is skeptical.
To establish or debunk Nadia's claim, Trejolie travels to Syria, where she teams up with Bassman Ashraf, a reporter for Gulf News. They journey to the village of Majdal Sham in Southern Syria, where they discover that Aqidah is not Jew. She is Druze reared by Sheik Ramadan, a member of the B'nai B'rith, while the Israeli secret service and B'nai B'rith give chase, determined to prevent the two journalists from sharing their greatest secrets with the world.