Three terrorists are sent to Israel by a terror organization to carry out a suicide attack. From the start, the mission is at risk because Maher, the leader of the group, falls in love with a Jewish woman and is not keen on dying so soon. He puts everything on hold and says that more time is needed for the planning of the attack. The organization cancels their funding, and now they have to manage life in Tel Aviv with no money. Maher finds himself torn between the pressure that surrounds him and his own desires. The three need to put up a pretense towards the organization as well as to each other, and act like everything is moving forward as planned, without receiving any funding.