The stigma attached to homosexual conduct in Egypt imputes a generalized guilt to those who practice it. Police and prosecutors assume men who have sex with men to be capable of, and culpable for, any other criminality. Police may thus see an act of violence against a gay man not as an occasion for investigation but as a pretext for further injustice. Instead of a concentrated search for a criminal, they stage a roundup to persecute an entire community. In several cases Human Rights Watch has documented, authorities reacted to the murder of an allegedly gay man with indiscriminate mass arrests, picking up dozens or hundreds of people with no probable cause—on the basis not of a concrete suspicion but of their mere implication in homosexual conduct—holding them illegally, and torturing them.
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Malak al-Kashef has finally said goodbye to her previous life as Abdelrahman, the male body that was her prison for the first 19 years of her life. Now remains her final battle to change her gender marker on ID documents. Her story was chronicled in detail on social media platforms and updates of its unfolding often went viral. She was only 13 when she came clean to her parents about not feeling in harmony with her male body. To rebel against it, she left home in search of the girl inside her. Until one day, she landed in jail and became the first transgender woman detained in the all-male Tora prison. She spent four months in that jail, on the grounds of joining a terrorist group, spreading false news, and inciting violence against state institutions.
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S tudents in Saudi Arabia, like so many around the world, have traded in-person classrooms for logging onto an app during the COVID pandemic. Roughly two-thirds of the Saudi population is under 30, but an old guard of Saudi royals, religious scholars and long-serving government officials remains both powerful and deeply conservative. The free textbooks are also downloaded by teachers throughout the Sunni Muslim world, reaching potentially millions of students every year. Both officials spoke anonymously in order to describe sensitive and private conversations with the Saudis. MBS has denied knowledge of the plot, and in September, the Kingdom sentenced eight people to long prison terms for taking part in the brutal extrajudicial killing.
For the rest of the world, might not mean anything aside from being a three digit number. Typically, these men are caught in public spaces by cops who may suspect they may be gay just based on their behaviour. Suspects have to endure anal tests; an archaic and medically invalid procedure that allegedly identified if a person has been penetrated or not. Not only are such tests mostly useless and complete guesswork, but they infringe on the basic human right to dignity and freedom from torture. Refusing to be tested by a medical doctor — although legally possible — is considered by the court as evidence supporting allegations of sodomy.