Stars: Yehya al hasan
Director: Yehya al hasan
The series deals with the struggle Haroun Al Rashid faced when his brother Al Hadi tried to dethrone him. His mother helped him stay in his position. The show also examines the civilization under Haroun Al Rashid 's rule.
Khalifa Moussa Al Hadi decides to remove Haroun Al Rashid from the rule to be replaced by his own son Jaafar. Despite everyone's objection, Haroun Al Rashid agrees to step down in order to avoid tearing the nation apart and preserve its unity.
The conflict between the palace's entourage intensifies following the decision to remove Haroun Al Rashid. Meanwhile, Moussa sequesters his mother in isolation.
Haroun Al Rashid's mother discovers that someone has poisoned her food. Moussa fears that Haroun might turn against him.
Moussa Al Hadi passes away. Haroun Al Rashid's harem concubine gives birth to a son, while his wife suffers from infertility. Haroun Al Rashid pledges his alliance to Jaafar Bin Hadi.
Haroun Al Rashid acquiesces to the people's desire and decides to take over the caliphate to succeed his brother. People assemble to pledge allegiance to Haroun Al Rashid to assume his responsibilities.
Haroun Al Rashid decides to wed his half-sister, Abbasa, to her cousin. Worries about Al Maamoun ascending to the throne arise and Fadl is enraged that he wasn't assigned any state to rule over.
Haroun Al Rashid's wife Zubaida, gives birth to a baby boy. Haroun summons Layth to charge him with searching for Asmaa and her son from him in Basrah.
Haroun Al Rashid hears the grievances of the people. Haroun 's mother asks him to declare Al Amin as the heir to the throne. A crisis arises at the palace regarding A'smaa. Harun learns the bitter truth of his brother's death.
Zubaida gets mad when Haroun Al Rashid assigns the Greater Khorasan to his son Al Maamoun. Haroun Al Rashid intervenes when he sees his two sons fighting with swords.
Haroun Al Rashid finds difficulty in teaching his son Al Amin the principles of ruling and leadership. Jaafar miraculously survives an attempt to poison him, and Haroun Al Rashid investigates who the perpetrator might be.
Doubts concerning who might have plotted against Jaafar arise and Haroun Al Rashid suspects the maid to have done such treacherous act.
Haroun Al Rashid tightens his grip on the palace following the attempted poisoning. A group of women goes on an arduous journey to reach Haroun Al Rashid 's palace.
Al Abbasah quarrels with Jaafar over the incident with the maid, and he tries to clarify the misunderstanding. Haroun Al Rashid survives an assassination attempt.
When Haroun Al Rashid enters a duel with Jaafar, he feels agonizing pain and the doctor is summoned.
When Haroun Al Rashid is bedridden, many believe that he is at death's door and it is decided that Al Maamoun shall be his successor, but Harun gets back on his feet.
Inside the palace, a sword fight takes place between Haroun Al Rashid's men and the followers of Jaafar Bin Moussa Al Hadi who intend to overthrow the caliph. Haroun Al Rashid, meanwhile, goes on a trip outside Baghdad.
Haroun Al Rashid enters a duel with Al Fariaa, the sister of Al Walid Bin Tarif.
Haroun tries to put an end to the sedition incited by Abi Issmat, as Thaat Al Khal, the chanteuse with the heavenly voice and charming appearance, tries to woo Haroun Al Rashid.
Thaat Al Khal is saddened by Haroun Al Rashid 's avoidance of her. Similarly, Al-Abbasah also gets mad at Jaafar Al Barmaki because she believes him to be in love with someone else.
In his absence, Haroun entrusts his son Al Maamoun with the ruling. Soumaia is pregnant from Jaafar, so he plots with Al Abbasah to get rid of the pregnant harem concubine before Haroun returns. Haroun appoints Al Fadl as governor to Greater Khorasan.
Zubaida advises Haroun Al Rashid to hang the Document of Guardianship on the Kaaba's walls. Al Abbasah decides to sell Jaafar's pregnant harem into slavery.
Jaafar is left in a tough spot when he fails to fulfill the duties assigned by Haroun Al Rashid, and the latter asks him to travel to Damascus to quell discord.
It is revealed to Diaa that the man she thought was called Saleh is actually Haroun Al Rashid himself. Haroun Al Rashid urges Abu Al Itahiya to write a riddle in the form of a poem and promises a reward for anyone who can solve the riddle in two days.
Haroun Al Rashid urges Diaa to participate in the competition to solve the riddle. That Al Khal asks Haroun Al Rashid to leave the palace.
Jaafar fails to subjugate Yehya Al Talibi to the Abbasid caliphate, and Haroun Al Rashid consults his men about the matter. Al Baramkeh at the palace get spied on for fear they might cause segregation.
Zubaida manages to solve the riddle. Haroun Al Rashid asks Layth to inform him of the news about all parties.
Haroun Al Rashid promises to marry Al Mahdia. Layth informs Haroun Al Rashid that the Al Baramkeh are about to launch their attack, and Haroun asks him to spread the news at the palace.
Haroun Al Rashid preaches his men and motivates them to defend the city of Baghdad. People sense a growing conflict that might turn into a conflict between Al Rashid and the Baramkeh.
A conflict between Jaafar and Al Abbasah arises. Haroun Al Rashid gives his orders for Al Talibi to be imprisoned. Jaafar intends to overthrow Haroun and bring Al Maamoun to the throne.
Haroun Al Rashid discusses with Al Abbasah the matter of wedding her to Jaafar Al Barmaki. A decree is issued to replace all the Baramkeh working in the palace with those loyal to Haroun.
The news of Hasan's death leaves everyone devastated. Haroun urges his men to defeat the leaders of Al Baramkeh. Ahmad sells his ring to liberate Cyrine.
Aba Hashem thwarts an attempt to assassinate Haroun Al Rashid with a poisonous dagger. Yehya Al Barmaki is arrested, and orders are given to execute Jaafar Al Barmaki.