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Nonetheless, the refugee was sentenced on a slew of charges, including “inciting debauchery” and “solicitation to commit immoral acts in public.” The case comes amid a crackdown on the gay community in Egypt, and also recently on atheists, that has gone hand in hand with a wider campaign against all forms of dissent and diversity in a country gripped by rising nationalism and a militant insurgency.
Numerous human rights organizations have harshly criticized the recent clampdown, which among other things, has led to the arrest of more than 150 Egyptians suspected of being homosexual since President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi took office.
Men arrested at the Bab el-Bahr public bath house are herded into a police van, Dec. Egyptian journalist Mona Iraqi appears at right, with camera phone.
"What was most striking to me was that she [Iraqi] was absolutely unashamed about her collusion with security forces in brutalizing these men.
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An activist told the Independent that the man failed to show to several previous planned meetings with the officer, who persisted in convincing him to meet in person, charging that it constituted entrapment.
While Egyptian law does not specifically outlaw homosexuality, those suspected of engaging in homosexual activity can be charged under the country’s morality laws which prohibit debauchery and other indecent public acts.
Screenshot from Mona Iraq's Facebook page, courtesy Scott Long For a while after the Arab Spring, it looked like gay Egyptians were finally feeling safe enough to step out of the closet.