Each year in Iran, jihadist groups including students and young men and women of the neighborhood, with a focus on service delivery in rural and deprived areas of the country come together in order to deal with their problems with the help of government and by creating an intimate atmosphere, make connections between rural and urban people. The presence of medical, constructional, cultural, and educational teams is a part of these camps and everything is done for free.
Jihadist camps are generally held during summer or spring holidays (when university students are on their between-semester or new year vacations).
This collection begins with a jihadist group at Imam Hassan Mosque in Nezam Abad district of Tehran and continues with the cooperation of the young people through the border region of Daghal in the city of Nehbandan in the province of South Khorasan. During the Nowruz vacations of 1395, the jihadist group, after completing the construction of the building of the mosque, free visits of the patients by the medical team and provision of the medicine, cultural and educational activities including sport and culinary competitions among local people and donating health packs to their houses, and building a gravestone for the only martyr of the village, returned to Tehran.