After the success of the Scouts camps, which "camp of victory Fatwa" was one of them, and which were organized by the University Relations Division at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine for the students of the colleges, institutes and preparatory classes in the spring holidays and achieving their desired goals. The General Secretariat of the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine decided to organize a similar camp for all its employees in the same place embracing the precedent camps; a the Karbala desert, at al-Kassara site of the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine near the fortress of Ukhayder, according to a curriculum developed by a committee specialized in the Division of University Relations.
The supervisor of this camp, Mr. Reda Naji Sahi explained to alKafeel Network the nature of this camp, saying: "The camp is an educational and recreational program prepared for the employees of the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, aiming to contribute to increase the education and awareness of the employee, in addition to make him go out of the routine of daily work to a different atmosphere."
He added: "A higher committee was formed to oversee this camp, which will include all the employees of all sections of the holy shrine, according to a specific schedule divided into groups, four days for each of them. All logistic matters have been prepared for the success of this experiment."
"This camp was a good opportunity for the employees to get to know each other as each of them has a different task in the holy shrine, and they rarely meet in one place. On the other hand, each of the participants in this camp will explain his assigned tasks and so there will be a clear understanding of the departments of the holy shrine and the work assigned to each department. This will make the camp participants have a clear vision of these works. The benefit of this camp is also to increase the educational information in terms of religion, work and how to develop it through religious and other lectures in human development and others."
Mr. Azhar al-Rikabi, head of the university relations department at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine and a member of the supervising committee, added: "A special curriculum has been developed for this camp, which is a series of camps that includes a number of sections, including the religious field, by holding doctrinal and ideological lectures for participants. In addition to religious, scientific and cultural competitions that include questions of jurisprudence, ideology, science, history, geography and linguistics, as well as lessons and lectures in human development, and seminars on the general situation of the country in addition to recreational activities such as sports competitions and tours of the holy shrine's sites as well as the archaeological sites in Ukhayder Fort."