Title Iraq: 1. Is there information to suggest that those who are imputed to be former Ba'ath Party members or associated with Saddam Hussein's regime are targeted by any non-state actors such as extremist groups or foreign intelligence agencies operating in Iraq? 2. Are those who are imputed to be former Ba'ath Party members targeted by Iraqi authorities? 3. If not, can those imputed to be former Ba'ath Party members obtain state protection? 4. Are there any areas in Iraq where a former Ba'ath Party member may be able to relocate to without fear of attack? 5. Is there information to suggest that artists or musicians, well-known or otherwise, are targeted by non-state actors such as extremist groups? 6. Is this any different for secular musicians?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 6 May 2011
Country Iraq
Topics Political groups | Political parties | Political situation | State protection
Citation / Document Symbol IRQ38656
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Iraq: 1. Is there information to suggest that those who are imputed to be former Ba'ath Party members or associated with Saddam Hussein's regime are targeted by any non-state actors such as extremist groups or foreign intelligence agencies operating in Iraq? 2. Are those who are imputed to be former Ba'ath Party members targeted by Iraqi authorities? 3. If not, can those imputed to be former Ba'ath Party members obtain state protection? 4. Are there any areas in Iraq where a former Ba'ath Party member may be able to relocate to without fear of attack? 5. Is there information to suggest that artists or musicians, well-known or otherwise, are targeted by non-state actors such as extremist groups? 6. Is this any different for secular musicians?, 6 May 2011, IRQ38656, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4e6de25d2.html [accessed 22 August 2014]
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