The campaign "let's make it more beautiful [khaluha ajmal]" was launched in the province of Mosul after its liberation from the terrorist ISIL gangs to clean up and remove the remnants of war on the streets, and this campaign is an independent volunteer campaign included a group of Mosul youth united for a higher goal is Iraq, with great hope to get rid of the effects and manifestations of extremism imposed by the terrorist organization for nearly three years.
And after the Al-Wafa campaign launched by the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine carried out by the Al-Abbas (peace be upon him) fighting squad in Mosul governorate, the idea of these young people came to the holy province of Karbala as they wanted to contribute by a simple gesture to show their gratitude to the efforts of the holy shrine whether in the al-Wafa campaign or for the liberation of their city.
The al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine helped them by preparing buses to transport them to the holy province of Karbala and providing suitable accommodation for them. The start of their campaign was during the Ziyarat of mid of Sha'ban, as the young volunteers participated in providing services to the visitors by distributing food and drink in addition to a large-scale cleaning campaign of some of the city's streets after the end of the Ziyarat.
Omar al-Sar'ati, one of the participants in this campaign explained: "This campaign "let's make it more beautiful" is a voluntary campaign launched by the youth of Mosul after the demise of the ISIL gangs to clean up the city and provide assistance to the displaced people of Mosul. And after the presence of members of the Abbas's (p) fighting Squad in our city during the campaign al-Wafa launched by the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, we coordinated with them in order to come to Karbala. We are (85) volunteers came to Karbala during the Ziyarat of Sha'ban and we prepared the local Mosul dishes and sweets which we distributed to visitors. We have also painted on a large wall the holy shrine of Imam al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) and the Hadba' Minaret and between them two united hands in a coherent indication of the unity of the Iraqi people with all its sects and components. "
"Our aim in this campaign in Karbala is to send a message of peace, love and harmony of the Sons of Iraq who are united and would not be separated by no abhorrent sectarian or partisan strife that its enemies tried to cultivate among the people. It is also a way to pay our debt towards the sons of Karbala and of the southern provinces who sacrificed themselves for the liberation of Mosul and the rest of the Iraqi provinces usurped by the terrorist ISIL gangs, and we will have another campaign in the Arba'een of Imam al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) with a larger number of volunteers, God willing."