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Case Name: Osman Adballah Kamanda v The Minister of the Interior
Site Name: Israel
Primary Language: Hebrew
Date Decided: Dec 23, 2012
Court: Supreme Court, sitting as the Appeals Court for Administrative Affairs
Jurisdiction: Israel
Country of Origin: Chad
Concepts: ‘Real chance’ of persecution; ‘Reasonable degree of likelihood’ of persecution; Arbitrary arrest, risk of; Being persecuted; Circumcision, risk of; Civil and political rights, risk of denial of; Fear, objective; Illegal entry; Membership of a particular social group; Persecution, well-founded fear of
Hathaway Numbers: 2.3, 2.4, 3.1.4, 3.2, 3.2.3, 4.3, 5.4, 5.5
Summary in Primary Language: אזרח צ'אד הסתנן לישראל דרך לוב ומצריים וסמוך להגעתו לישראל פנה לנציבות האו"ם לפליטים, להכיר בו כפליט. נציבות האו"ם לפליטים... Read More read more
Case Summary: Chad national seeks refugee status owing to fear of persecution by the Chadian government due to his belonging to a particular ethnic group that is affiliated with a rebel organization. 
Additional Factual Information: The Appellant claims that he and his family are being persecuted after his uncles joined the Hadjarai's rebel movement that... Read More read more
Additional Legal Information: The Court approved the District Court's decision and determined that the difficult events that occurred to the Appellant... Read More read more
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