According to a security official at Camp Ashraf in Diyala province, one of the oldest members of the Mojahedin Khalq is reported to have committed suicide on the evening of Tuesday, July 16. The source, who works in Diyala province police force told Ashraf News that one of the oldest members of the MEK committed suicide yesterday but the reason was unknown, adding that "an investigation was opened immediately into the incident."
The security forces reportedly found stab wounds on the body of the victim, and briefed the Committee on Evacuation of Camp Ashraf concerning the incident. Details about the incident will be released as soon as they are known during the investigation. According to reports from Camp Ashraf, many of the MEK members are suffering from mental illness because of fear of their future, especially after their leaders issued orders not to leave Iraq for resettlement.
Ashraf News, Translated by Iran Interlink