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The group reports a campaign to repress Egyptian gay men, who, it says, are routinely persecuted, arrested and tortured by the authorities.
The report was released in conjunction with five local rights groups.
“We receive many complaints from women who want a divorce because their husbands are meeting other women in chat rooms and cheating on their wives.”According to the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics, in 2007 an Egyptian couple files for divorce every six minutes, with a third of marriages in Egypt breaking up in the first year.
Officials clamping down on what it considers to be breaches of morality have in some cases resulted in the arrest and torture of those suspected of engaging in homosexual activity, who face allegations of immorality or blasphemy.The group has launched its report in Cairo in conjunction with five local human rights organisations.In the past, Egyptian activists have been reluctant to speak on the repression of gays because it is a sensitive cultural issue.like me, for example.”The CEO of Index on Censorship, Jodie Ginsberg, said people should be able to live their lives without fearing discrimination.“This is another worrying example of the way in which governments are using social media applications to spy on the activities of citizens and then punish them,” she said.Twenty-three-year-old Waleed uses the Internet to catch up on the news, check the latest football scores and also meet women. Three such cyber exchanges in fact led to face-to-face meetings.