Once again, they danced, and he gently caressed her back, she said.
- I did not think that I can have even more enemies. - And you have not noticed, I’m good with you, and it’s too visible!
She had the second to see the desire in his eyes, and how hard he was held back a girl. - I’ve lost the habit of enjoying a man, you gave it to remember.
The refugee was convicted based on his chat history with an undercover officer from Egypt’s Morality Police, who posed as a gay man on social media, according to a Wednesday report in the Egypt Independent.After arranging to meet with the officer, the man was arrested upon arrival.He was forced to undergo an anal examination, which found no evidence that he engaged in gay sex.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.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.
“It’s not about legal reasoning and facts in this case.Society considers the LGBT community sinners and forgoes professionalism to satisfy their urge to punish them,” Hossam charged.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.The defendant’s lawyer, Ahmed Hossam, denied allegations that his client engaged in gay sex, and called into question the legality of convicting a person for online activity. The crime was in the imagination of the officer himself. Second, sending personal messages is unconstitutional? Searching an innocent person isn’t allowed according to criminal procedure code in Egypt,” Hossam told the Independent, adding that an appeal for the case was immediately filed.There was no immediate reaction from Egyptian authorities.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.