This series follows the story of Abu Mansour and his sons and their continues conflict over money and power, soon their lives will turn upside down after a fire that will burn everything.
Abu Mansour, a merchant with a good reputation in the market, suffers from the constant rivalry between his two sons Mansour and Ahmad.
A severe conflict arises between the two brothers after the death of Umm Mansour, and what makes matters worse is the intervention of Ahmed's mother. Later, Ahmed receives a rejection of his request for marriage from the bride's family.
While Ahmed believes that Mansour is the one responsible for obstructing his engagement, the rivalry escalates between them and reaches fistfights.
Manea, one of Abu Mansur's neighbors, tries to help fix things between his two sons, but things don't go as expected.
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When the merchant Abu Salem invests his money in a farm, Abu Mansour thinks of doing the same. Later, Ahmed and Manea plan to prove Ahmed's competence as a merchant at the expense of Mansour's failure.
Happiness finally knocks on Ahmed's door when he finds his suitable bride and holds the wedding ceremony amid everyone's blessings. Later, Mansour gets busy with a big deal from China.
Ahmed and Manea's plans are heading towards success to prove to his father that he can manage his shop better than his brother.
When Ahmed learns about the China trade deal, he confronts Mansour about it.
While Ahmed is preoccupied with his plans to control his father's property, Mansour and his father return from Iraq after a business trip.
Fed up with his two sons' constant quarrel over property, Abu Mansur seeks some advice from his neighbor. Meanwhile, Ahmed is still coming up with new ways to get everything under his control.
Abu Salem helps Ahmad's friend Obaid to get rid of his mortgage without telling him.
Ahmed becomes a father to a baby girl, but his mother takes advantage of the situation to change the birth records in favor of her brothers. Meanwhile, Manea hatches a big plan that may turn Mansour's life upside down.
Abu Mansour confronts his son Ahmad after he learns of what he did with the birth records. Meanwhile, Mansour's goods arrive from China.
Manea begins to implement his plan when he invites Mansoor and his friends to accompany him on a trip to Failaka Island.
When Mansour was informed about the warehouse fire, the world around him collapses, so he rushes to the scene of the fire and tries to put it out himself.
Things take a tragic turn, and the lives of all people around Mansoor are turned upside down, and fingers are pointed at his brother Ahmed.
Abu Mansour learns what Mansour did before his death in terms of paying debts and clearing loans, so he falls ill, grieving his separation.
Mansour's wife finds herself helpless and kicked out of the big house, but she gets help from an unexpected person.
After several years, Mansour's two sons grow up, one of them becomes a teacher at the university and the other is a musician.
Mansour's eldest son Abdullah encounters his cousin at the university without knowing that she is his relative.
When Ahmed's eldest daughter, Sheikha, enrolls in the university, fate wills her to become a student in Dr. Abdullah's class, who admires her without knowing who she is.
Ahmad is becoming more successful and his business is becoming more and more prosperous, but somewhere a plot is being hatched against him that may soon change his life.
Ahmed is warned about what his accountant, Ashraf, is hiding, but he doesn't give it any importance.
Mansour's son Abdullah meets Ahmad's former friend, Obaid, at university.
While Abu Salem is still following the news of Mansour's two sons, Obaid tells Abdullah about the real cause of his father's death and what his uncle did to them.
Sheikha's doubts about Abdullah's true identity increase after an atmosphere of tension prevailed when Abdullah and his family's name was presented to the family. Later, Ahmed is looted and his life is turned upside down.
Ahmed rejects Dr. Abdullah's engagement to his daughter, Sheikha, under the pretext of material and class differences, but Abu Salem has a document that will change everything.
While the situation of Abdullah, his brother, and his mother is upended due to Mansour's will, which appeared to the surface, Sheikha discovers the truth that her father wanted to hide from her.
Ahmed is shocked when he learns about the property and money inherited by his nephews, and he searches for a loophole to get some of the estate.
Abu Salem confronts Ahmed about his brother Mansour's will, and accompanies Abdullah to ask for Sheikha's hand from him again. Will the waters return to normal?