Hasan is currently working as a diplomat in Constantinople. His wife Nur then gives birth to a baby girl. Sadly he is captured by pirates and used as a slave. Because of scandals surrounding his family (his brother allegedly committing murder) this was deemed a form of exile. As a result of these unfortunate mishaps Hasan is brought closer to Rome where he is then baptized and is given the name Leo Africanus.
I feel that this was a very interesting chain of events. I felt bad that Hasan a.k.a. Leo Africanus was punished for a crime that his brother may or may not have commited. This is especially unfortunate because he has a new born.
Why do you think in these times people's families were punished for their potential wrong doings? Is this something we still see today?