To: German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees

Four gay men from Iraq are facing deportation. They could be sent back to their country, where LGBT people are at constant risk of getting attacked, tortured, and killed - just for being who they are.

I'm urging you to keep these men safe and to acknowledge the dangers for LGBT people from Iraq in your future decisions on asylum requests.

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Dom* is a gay man from Iraq, living in Germany. He's terrified for his life and needs your help.

He fled his home in Iraq after his name appeared on a "kill list" made by militia to out gay men. Armed extremists were hunting him down. It was horrifying.

Luckily, he made it to Europe. But he just found out that he may have to return to the horror he was facing in Iraq because authorities say Iraq is "safe" for him and other LGBT people.

Dom's case is pending and he could be sent back into danger any day now. But if enough people speak out, we can get German authorities to halt his deportation and to take on his case.

Sign Dom's petition and help him tell Germany that Iraq is not safe for LGBT people like him.

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This campaign is being run in conjunction with Queer Refugees Network Leipzig and Queer Refugees for Pride

Published: 01 August 2017

This is a campaign of the All Out Action Fund, a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization.