Title Israel: 1. Are Arab Israeli-born women with prior family connections to the South Lebanon Army at risk of harm in south Lebanon at present? 2. Is Hezbollah known to be pressuring people in the south to co-operate with it in any way? If so, what types of people are being pressured, how does this manifest, and is there any information as to the consequences for those who do not co-operate? 3. Would the Lebanese government provide protection to such individuals? 4. Would relocation be an option to avoid harm (if any is apparent). 5. Is there a UN base or are there UN officials in or near Nakoura?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 29 October 2010
Country Israel | Lebanon
Topics Armed forces / Military | State protection
Citation / Document Symbol ISR37462
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Israel: 1. Are Arab Israeli-born women with prior family connections to the South Lebanon Army at risk of harm in south Lebanon at present? 2. Is Hezbollah known to be pressuring people in the south to co-operate with it in any way? If so, what types of people are being pressured, how does this manifest, and is there any information as to the consequences for those who do not co-operate? 3. Would the Lebanese government provide protection to such individuals? 4. Would relocation be an option to avoid harm (if any is apparent). 5. Is there a UN base or are there UN officials in or near Nakoura? , 29 October 2010, ISR37462, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4f5ddfb42.html [accessed 20 April 2014]
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