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CAIRO (AP) — Two international rights groups called on Egyptian authorities on Saturday to halt their crackdown on people suspected of homosexuality following the waving of the LGBT rainbow flag at a recent concert in Cairo.Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International also urged Egypt, a majority Muslim country of some 95 million people, to call off the anal examination of people detained on suspicion of homosexuality to determine whether they were engaged in same-sex sexual relations."I don't have the courage to shake their beliefs - especially my father's," he says.Niveen, 24, has been seeing her boyfriend for four months.
“The Egyptian government, by rounding people up based on their presumed sexual orientation, is showing flagrant disregard for their rights.” The government maintains that its top priorities are improving the economy and defeating Islamic militants waging an insurgency whose epicenter is in the Sinai Peninsula.
Spending the night together is difficult as both live at home with their families.
Even going to a hotel means checking into different rooms and sneaking between them.
They plan to move in together without their parents finding out.
"Whenever you have a relationship here you have to take risks, and this is the risk I'm taking," she says.The girl said Jason William Roberts, 40, performed sexual acts on two occasions between January and March.