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Media and Publication Courts add extra burdens on Iraqi Press                                          1000+ Iraqi journalists threatened with unemployment                                          IRAQ/ Annual Report of Press Freedoms in 2013 307 violation cases, including 19 killings                                          Transparency Report and the Right to Get the Information for the ministries and independent institutions for the first half of 2012                                          IJRDA demands PM Maliki to release Iraqi Journalist                                           The Iraqi Journalists Rights Defense Association Annual report                                          The Iraqi Journalists Rights Defense Association Annual report Coordinating Bureau of the media Baghdad 2009                                           IJRDA required to disclose the fact about the disappearance of a journalist in the province of Arbil                                          

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.. .. - ... .. .. 2005 2010 .. .. .. .. .. ... .. 2005 .. .. .. .. alsrage wrote: 009647901739832 al_srage2@yahoo.com www.IJRDA.COM ( ) .. .. .. ... .. .. .. ... ... .... . . ... .. (( ( ) )) .. . .. .. .. .. . . .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ... 2011 .. .. ... .. Secrtariat International 5, rue Geoffroy Marie 75009 Paris France Tel : (33) 1 44 83 84 84 Fax : (33) 1 45 23 11 51 E-mail : refugees@rsf.org Web : www.rsf.org French Embassy in Syria Rue Ata Ayoubi BP 769 Damascus Syria Paris, 19 October 2006 Visa request for asylum purposes for Mr Mohammed Ahmad Hussein and Mrs Rana Faruq Abass. Dear Sir/Madam, Reporters Without Borders, an international organisation which defends press freedom, would like to draw your attention to the cases of Mr Mohammed Ahmad Hussein and Mrs Rana Faruq Abass, journalists with Iraqi nationality. Our organisation was informed about the threats against this journalist couple by Nicolas Hnin, a French journalist based in Jordan and Anne-Sophie le Mauff, a French journalist based in Baghdad. They began receiving threats on their mobile phones after doing a report on the sources of funding of Iraqi Sunni and Shiites militia and their links with certain political figures. They took big risks to get information on the activities of these militias, in search of a story that could interest the foreign media. As well as working as a fixer for foreign journalists, Rana Abass worked full time for the past two years for the satellite channel al Sumariya while her husband worked for the Arabic-language daily Ibn al Balad. The crisis came on 10 May 2006 when masked and armed men got into their home, destroyed property and seized their work equipment (computers, cameras, mobile phones personal papers and so on). Mr Husseins brother, who lives in the same building, came to investigate after hearing the noise and was shot and wounded. By chance, Mr and Mrs Hussein had already left home. Being in no doubt that the men would be back, they hid at the home of friends before escaping to Damascus on 29 May. But even after their departure, members of their family continued to receive threatening phone calls, which made it clear they were still being hunted. The two journalists do not even feel safe in Syria where the Iraqi diaspora is constantly growing. As highlighted in Reporters Without Borders latest annual report, Iraq was the worlds most dangerous country in the world for journalists for the third consecutive year. With, as at 14 October 2006, 118 reporters and media workers killed since the start of the war in March 2003, the conflict is the deadliest for the press since World War II. It is local journalists who pay the highest price. They made up 95% of journalists killed in 2005. Iraqi terrorist and guerrilla attacks which were the main source of danger for reporters in 2004 (65% of journalists who died in 2004) have now given way to targeted killings. Armed groups now kill journalists in their own homes and in front of their families. This was what happened to Adnan al Bayati, an interpreter and producer for several Italian media, who was murdered at his home in Baghdad, on 23 July 2005. Presenter on regional public television Iraqiya, Raeda Mohammed Wageh Wazzan, was found dead on 25 February 2005, five days after she was abducted by masked men. In the light of these incidents and the particular situation of Mr Mohammed Ahmad Hussein and Mrs Rana Faruq Abass, Reporters Without Borders urges you to grant them visas so they can travel to France to make an application for political asylum. Our organisation is in a position to provide them with accommodation at the Journalists House in Paris and to support them throughout the procedure with the French office for the protection of refugees and stateless persons (OFPRA). I trust you will give this request your prompt attention. Yours sincerely, Hajar Smouni Head, Refugees bureau : ... ranaarticls@yahoo.com / ..

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