For any foreign observer who visited Ashraf, the most striking characteristic was the democratic nature of relationships that existed there.
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Over 25 years, however, Ashraf was built by its residents into a modern city with a complex of roads and buildings with many educational, social and sports facilities, and it became the PMOI's main enclave in Iraq.
Camp Ashraf, otherwise known as Ashraf City, was named after Ashraf Rajavi, a famous political prisoner at the time of the Shah who was among the last group of political activists released from the Shah’s prisons in 1979.
Several caravans in the camp were set on fire, according to Shahriar Kia.
The Iranian dissident group blamed "Iraqi groups affiliated with the Iranian" government for the attack.
Security forces immediately began procedures to apprehend the suspects," said General Saad Maan of the Baghdad Operations Command.