Title Syria: 1. Are men born to Lebanese fathers entitled to Lebanese citizenship? 2. If yes, do they have a right to enter and reside in Lebanon without restriction? 3. Is there evidence that Syrian forces have managed to return anti-government critics to Syria and/or Lebanese forces would return anti-government critics to Syria? 4. Is there any evidence that the Syrian secret service is active in Australia? Or that any actions/views expressed in Australia would come to the attention of such services in Lebanon or Syria? 5. What are the chances of the Assad regime being toppled in the foreseeable future and if this happened what would be the risk for Shia Alawites?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 26 April 2012
Country Lebanon | Syrian Arab Republic
Topics Alawi | Deportation / Forcible return | Extradition | Right to a nationality | Security forces | Shia
Citation / Document Symbol SYR40200
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Syria: 1. Are men born to Lebanese fathers entitled to Lebanese citizenship? 2. If yes, do they have a right to enter and reside in Lebanon without restriction? 3. Is there evidence that Syrian forces have managed to return anti-government critics to Syria and/or Lebanese forces would return anti-government critics to Syria? 4. Is there any evidence that the Syrian secret service is active in Australia? Or that any actions/views expressed in Australia would come to the attention of such services in Lebanon or Syria? 5. What are the chances of the Assad regime being toppled in the foreseeable future and if this happened what would be the risk for Shia Alawites? , 26 April 2012, SYR40200, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/514700ea2.html [accessed 1 October 2014]
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