In Article 4, the objectives of the National Service are defined as follows:
a. To encourage the desire for struggle and encourage combatants to further develop the qualities of championship and self-assurance and to be ready for martyrdom and to dismiss inactivity and the fear of danger
b. To encourage the desire for discipline and commttment to the organised and harmonised group, and develop qualities of obedience, co-operation, leadership and dismiss selfishness and fear of danger
c. To encourage the desire for attachment and association to the group, the country and religion, and to overcome being fanatic to family, sector or region
d. Preparation of organised forces for military and defence work, development activtties, social service or any other activity for the general welfare
e. To educate and train the youth to be medically fit and in good conduct, or to prepare them by educational methods, cultural methods and orientation guidance or to be trained for some profession, educational methods, cultural methods and orientation guidance or to be trained for some profession, or job, or to develop their abilities and initiative.