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The Suffering of Strangers (2004)

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"Butterfly", an asset of Danny and Fiona, informs MI5 of a possible sarin gas attack against the London Underground during a speech the Prime Minister will make regarding the Iraq War. However, "Butterfly" is killed by an Iraqi terror cell lead by Ahmed . On Fiona's birthday, the cell leads the two to a trap and are captured, revealing that the threat was a distraction; Ahmed threatens to kill them unless the Prime Minister withdraw forces from Iraq. Adam learns of this when a female cell member, Khatera Abuzeid , is assigned to handle him. Danny and Fiona attempt to escape, but are caught. Because Danny killed a guard, Ahmed gives Adam an ultimatum; choose which of the two must die as retribution. Danny, in a bid to save Fiona, provokes Ahmed, by saying "fuck you, you death worshipping fascist!", and is executed as a result. Khatera forces Adam to send her to the function the Prime Minister will attend. By then, Khatera reveals she has a bomb inside her stomach that will release a chemical agent when the Prime Minister enters. No longer wanting to die, Khatera surrenders and reveals Fiona's location to MI5. Special forces arrive in time to kill Ahmed and his men before they can burn Fiona alive. As Adam and Fiona reunite, Ruth grieves over Danny's demise.


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