After Saddam’s fall in 2003, space for members of the group living in the garrison of Ashraf and other garrisons in their settlements became more insecure each day. On the other hand, a large number of members called for separation after the group’s promises didn’t happen and the mental and psychological problems had arisen. The members’ families gathered outside the walls of the barracks every day and wanted to meet with their children, which was always rejected by the authorities of the garrison. Also, groups faced with brain washing, pressures, threats of murder, torture, and sometimes murder, which they themselves called physical purges. The following document, entitled “Camp Soraya,” exposed the inhuman acts committed by the group against its members.