Règle correspondante
Iraq
Practice Relating to Rule 111. Protection of the Wounded, Sick and Shipwrecked against Pillage and Ill-Treatment
Iraq’s Military Penal Code (1940) provides for the punishment of “every person who, with the intent to appropriate for himself or unjustifiably, takes money or other things … from the wounded while on the march or in hospital or during movements”. 
Iraq, Military Penal Code, 1940, Article 115(a).
Iraq’s Military Penal Code (2007) also provides: “Whosoever, with the intent of unlawful possession, seizes monies or possessions of … the wounded while marching or in hospitals or during transport is punishable with imprisonment for (15) fifteen years.” 
Iraq, Military Penal Code, 2007, Article 61(10).
The Military Penal Code further provides: “Whosoever deserts or harms a wounded person, whom he is entrusted to deliver to a defined location, is punishable with imprisonment for a minimum period of (2) two years.” 
Iraq, Military Penal Code, 2007, Article 61(12).
Lastly, the Military Penal Code provides: “Whosoever harms or re-injures an injured person, with intent to seize his possessions, is punishable with life imprisonment.” 
Iraq, Military Penal Code, 2007, Article 61(13).