This is where you'll sleep, and this is where you will work! Got it!?
Fatima is a slave that has worked in this factory for about 4 years now, making carpets, getting bossed around, and being deceived over and over again. But one day, a new boy comes to the factory. His name is Iqbal, and he sheds a new light on the slaves
Go, children, you're free!!!!!
Iqbal gets sold to Hussain Khan, a lying, ungrateful, and twisted man so that he can be a slave for him. Iqbal has other problems though. He told the other slaves that their debts will never be cancelled and they'll be slaves forever. The others don't believe him and consider him an outcast, but Fatima doesn't give up hope on him.
Iqbal shows that he's not afraid of Hussain Khan by cutting the expensive carpet that HE made, he ran away, TWICE, and wasn't afraid to be thrown into the tomb twice, 5 days each. All though this he still remains stubborn but he also gives the other slaves hope that if he can survive the punishments, then they can too.
Iqbal runs away again and comes back with someone who frees the children and arrestes Hussain Khan. The children come back to the man's house and he introduces himself to the slaves. His name is Eshan Khan, the leader of the National Liberal Foundation-an elite organization built on ridding the world of slavery forever.
Iqbal decides to stay with Eshan Khan and help rid the world of slavery, along with Fatima and Maria. All the other kids go home, but the 3 stay, helping around the house and doing anything willingly. Iqbal helps by going to other factories and videoing them so the cops can see them and track them down. One day though, Iqbal returns with a black eye stating he was caught. Later, Fatima learns she will be going home!
Fatima is about to go, and Iqbal is about to go to Boston to receive a medal for his actions in freeing the slaves. After about 2 weeks of being back home, she gets a letter from Maria-with some pretty bad news. The letter said that Iqbal was riding his bike, but someone pulled up to him and shot him. Fatima cried, but the letter went on to say more slaves arrived and they WERE Iqbal. Unafraid, and bold. Fatima decides not to be sad, but to cherish his life forever.