Counsel also made reference to the case of Jalloh v. Canada (Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness) 2012 FC 317 (hereinafter “Jalloh”) where the court held that a conclusion that a person is a member of a group must be based on elements that the person’s intentions were in agreement with the group’s objectives, and not solely for the person’s survival. In addition, the evidence should be considered as a whole in order to determine whether the person was truly a member.
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