The documentary filmmaker Mahmoud al Massad comes from Jordan's second largest town of Zarqa, like Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the leader of the Iraqi branch of the terrorist organization al-Qaeda, who was tracked down and killed in 2006 by U.S. soldiers. Al Massad talks with Abu Ammar, also a resident of Sarka, his refinement, as former fighters for the jihad. Ammar had fought for the Afghan Mujahideen and is then returned to Jordan. There he earned the meager livelihood for himself and his family of eleven with collecting cardboard for recycling purposes. Al Massad attempts by him and some friends to find out why this city generating so many supporters of jihad.