Title Kuwait: 1. What (a) legal penalties and (b) societal punishment apply to Kuwaiti converts from Islam to Christianity in Kuwait? 2. Are converts to evangelical forms of Christianity treated differently? 3. How are failed asylum seekers treated on return to Kuwait? 4. Are failed asylum seekers who sought protection on the grounds of their religious conversion treated differently?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 28 April 2011
Country Kuwait
Topics Asylum-seekers | Freedom of religion | Rejected asylum-seekers | State protection
Citation / Document Symbol KWT38627
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Kuwait: 1. What (a) legal penalties and (b) societal punishment apply to Kuwaiti converts from Islam to Christianity in Kuwait? 2. Are converts to evangelical forms of Christianity treated differently? 3. How are failed asylum seekers treated on return to Kuwait? 4. Are failed asylum seekers who sought protection on the grounds of their religious conversion treated differently?, 28 April 2011, KWT38627, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4e6dee022.html [accessed 2 August 2014]
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