It includes five chapters, and the play deals with a sensitive issue in ancient and contemporary history, and it diverts ideas from their course, and sometimes into their opposite, which is what the author, His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah points out in the introduction: "Our Islamic societies are dominated these days by reform movements based on religious, social and political foundations. Even if the enemies of Islam intervened in directing the extremists, these calls turned into terrorism." The author relies on historical events that occurred in the Arab and Islamic history, related to the conflict between the Qarmatians and the Abbasid Caliphate, and as usual in the works of His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah, it depends on places and personalities It is real, and it identifies the dates of the events in the work, and the opening panel in the play reflects the scientific achievements during the first Abbasid period "kinetic and expressive formations on the melodies of music that review the tools of scientific progress in the first period of the Abbasid caliphate from the year 132 AH / 750 AD, to the year 279 AH / 892 AD." The work is based on basic characters such as the mother of the Caliph Al-Muqtadir, the Caliph Al-Muqtadir bin Al-Mutadhid, and Abdullah bin Al-Moataz, in addition to characters who appear as voices such as Abu Saeed Al-Janabi Al-Qarmut. In "Hassan Barham" and the leaders, there are also groups such as the guard's group, the footnote group, the "Al-Ardah" dance group and others, and this huge crowd of people and groups comes to put the event in the overall public and private atmosphere of the historical act, as well as the dramatic act in order to show the various existing situations at work.