8 thoughts on “Stop sending LGBT people to death in ‘new’ Iraq

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  2. Speak out for Amanpreet

    The campaign to stop the deportation of Indian lesbian Amanpreet Kaur received a boost when her partner spoke to a Social Work Action Network conference in Liverpool.

    It is enormously difficult for LGBT asylum seekers to be accepted. They are subjected to racist and homophobic abuse in detention centres.

    Amanpreet is now out of detention. She has been traumatised by her experience and her partner D is keen to speak at more meetings to raise support.

    To book her email friendsofamanpreetandd@gmail.com

    Sue Caldwell, North London

    http://www.socialistworker.co.uk/art.php?id=28173

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  6. Gay Iraqis are now eligible for asylum in the Netherlands

    Thursday 12 July 2012

    The situation facing gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in Iraq is so serious that they do now qualify for asylum in the Netherlands, immigration minister Gerd Leers said on Thursday.

    However, would-be refugees will have to prove they are from Iraq, the minister said in a briefing.

    His decision follows the publication of a foreign affairs ministry report which was highly critical of the treatment of homosexuals in Iraq and said in some areas they are deliberately targeted by armed militias.

    © DutchNews.nl

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