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Jane Arraf. Ahmed Alaa describes hoisting a rainbow flag at a concert in Cairo as the "best five minutes of his life. Last September, at a music festival in Cairo, a group of concertgoers raised a rainbow flag in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights.

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Dozens of people have been arrested and put on trial in Egypt in the ensuing crackdown. Some were also beaten and subjected to invasive physical exams, spreading panic in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender circles. There has even been talk of fleeing the country.

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Jane Arraf. Ahmed Alaa describes raising a rainbow flag at a crowded concert in Cairo last September as "the best moment" of his life. In photos from the event, he looks ecstatic as he waves the flag in the spotlights of the outdoor stage hosting the Lebanese indie rock band Mashrou' Leila.

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Inarchaeologists in Egypt opened the tomb of Niankhkhnum and Khnumhotep, two men who lived and died sometime around the year BCE. Inside, they would discover what might be the oldest evidence of queer lives in existence. In the tomb, the two were depicted in many of the stereotypical ways that heterosexual couples were shown in Egyptian funereal art: kissing nose-to-nose, holding hands, and standing very closely together, almost in an embrace. Their wives and children are also depicted in the tombs, though curiously, there are no paintings of either man embracing or kissing their wife.

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Egypt is a conservative society that increasingly condemns homosexuality. Although homosexuality is technically not a crime in Egypt, homosexual acts in public are, and gay men have been prosecuted using debauchery and public morals laws with prison terms of up to 17 years. In late the Egyptian government launched a large crack-down on the LGBT community, arresting 57 people in a series of raids.

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Activist Ahmed Alaa confirmed that he raised a rainbow flag at the concert in a Buzzfeed video including this image prior to his arrest. Update: After this dispatch was published, Human Rights Watch learned that Ahmed Alaa was released on bail on the evening of January The case against Alaa for allegedly waving a rainbow flag remains open, although no trial date has been set.

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Homosexuality is not technically illegal in Egypt. But Egyptian authorities are cracking down on the LGBT communityits supporters, and advocates for social liberalization more broadly. Fans waved rainbow flags in support of LGBT rights, leading to a media outcry against homosexuality and perceived immorality.

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The prevailing public opposition to homosexuality, is especially relevant to how the Egyptian legal system deals with sexual orientation and gender identity issues. Egyptian law does not explicitly criminalize homosexuality or cross-dressing, but it does have several provisions that criminalize any behavior or the expression of any idea that is deemed to be immoral, scandalous or offensive to the teachings of a recognized religious leader. In light of public opinion, shaped by cultural and religious traditions, these public morality and public order-based laws have been used against LGBT people as well as anyone who supports these attitudes. The best known case of possible homosexuality in ancient Egypt is that of the two high officials Nyankh-Khnum and Khnum-hotep.

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The week before my wife and I were set to embark on our mission for The Travel ProjectEgypt was in the headlines for arresting more than 70 people at a concert for flying a pride flag. Egypt is far from alone in their anti-LGBT policies. This tour is filled with highlights every single day.

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The world has always been obsessed by Pharaohs, hieroglyphics and pyramids. The Valley of the Kings is a walkway directly into the past, which will leave you reeling from its sheer splendour. Whilst Egypt cannot be highly recommended for gay and lesbian travellers, it is one that is still worth visiting if you feel comfortable doing so simply due to the astounding volume of historical treasures. It is said that Cleopatra could speak seven languages and had exquisite taste.

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