Brutal crackdown has gay and transgender Egyptians asking: Is it time to leave?

Lebanese officials said that she was found strangled and authorities are investigating whether she was also sexually assaulted. Embassy in Beirut and whose body was found beside a motorway east of the city with a rope around her neck. Uber said in an emailed statement it was working with Lebanese authorities “to assist their investigation in any way we can. Police have refused to confirm or deny those reports, or say whether the man had a criminal record. The woman, identified by British media and friends as Rebecca Dykes, was found dead early Saturday. She was last seen at a bar in Beirut’s Gemayzeh district Friday night. Lebanon’s state-run National News Agency said the driver picked her up and drove to a nearby neighborhood where she lived, but did not drop her off there. Instead, the suspect drove the car to the site where Dykes’ body was later found, about 15 kilometers 10 miles from the city. NNA said the man tried to sexually assault her, then strangled her with a rope. The police have not confirmed those details, but a forensics official said she was strangled and likely assaulted.


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By Alexandra Zavis Oct 19, 3: But he had a feeling it wouldn’t end well. 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. Advertisement Many of Mostafa’s friends are deleting their profiles on cellphone dating apps and scrubbing their social media accounts, which police have long used to ensnare people suspected of being gay or transgender.

Some who were at last month’s concert have gone into hiding. There has even been talk of fleeing the country. Everyone I know is depressed and fearful. In one particularly notorious case, 52 men were put on trial at once after a high-profile raid on Cairo’s Queen Boat nightclub in But that respite came to an abrupt end after the military takeover that brought President Abdel Fattah Sisi to power in Hundreds of gay and transgender people have been rounded up, part of a broad crackdown that has seen political dissidents jailed, public protests harshly put down and the country’s once vibrant civil society quashed.

Still, human rights activists say the scale of this latest assault on Egypt’s LGBT population is unprecedented. At least 65 people were detained around the country in three weeks, according to a local rights group, the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights.

Brutal crackdown has gay and transgender Egyptians asking: Is it time to leave?

Share this article Share A police official said today that the suspect was traced through security cameras that showed his car driving from Beirut to the area where Dykes’ body was found, just north of the Lebanese capital. Lebanon’s state-run National News Agency said the suspect is a taxi driver who picked up the woman from Beirut’s Gemayze neighborhood, known for its restaurants and pubs, then drove to a nearby neighborhood where she lived but did not drop her off there.

According to a local television news channel, a British Embassy worker recognised the black and white image and alerted the authorities.

And globally, the app has suffered a series of scandals in as a stream of executives left amid controversies involving allegations of sexual harassment and issues surrounding data privacy and business practices.

Those who are knowledgeable about these people also understand that they founded Carthage and other colonies, as well as brought the first alphabet and papyrus to the Greeks. This uncertain state of affairs is conveyed to students of history through the widely divergent dates and data regarding the Phoenicians which are contained in current texts and references. To take a step toward resolving this unfortunate situation, the present paper examines in some depth the origin of the Phoenician empire.

To clearly illustrate the problem being addressed here, consider the conflicting and vague nature of comments made in standard texts and references pertaining to the date of origin of the Phoenician empire. While many sources incorporate “hedging” words into their statements, they each commit to a particular date…leaving the reader with the definite impression they have been told the proper “origin” date. Most of the sources reviewed in this survey presented dates in the neighborhood of — B.

It then looks at a region within this area and states, “…Phoenicia now generally refers to this region in the Iron Age c. Phoenician merchants and ships already dominated trade in the Mediterranean basin. As historians, I am sure you will agree we have an obligation to those who read history: We all recognize things which happened hundreds and thousands of years ago will have some degree of uncertainty about them…due to incomplete information, or the natural biases of individuals recording the events of the time, or even conflicting facts presented by different observers.

Yet we have powerful tools which can be brought to bear upon these problems, to bring greater clarity. We have archaeological evidence which—due to dedicated efforts in the field which are still going on as we speak—is producing valuable new facts and information.

Ex-Morrisons boss in surprise landing as DAA’s new CEO

Angleton, a precociously literate 26 year old Yale graduate, had been spotted as a promising spy by his professors and sent to the British intelligence centre for espionage training. There, Philby, chief of MI6 intelligence operations in Spain and Portugual, taught him the black arts of counterintelligence. A year later, when Angleton was assigned to run the US counterintelligence office in Rome, Philby dropped in from his posting in Turkey. They compared notes on the travails of marriage and the growing threat of the Soviet Union.

The backlash was swift and brutal.

Sam Reeves, 53, has been desperately trying to contact Keanu from the Hawaiian prison where he’s serving a year sentence for drug possession. His disgraced dad was arrested last year at Hilo airport in Hawaii carrying large quantities of heroin and cocaine after police got a tip-off he had drugs in his suitcase. Sam, a geologist of Hawaiian and Chinese descent, is hoping Keanu will pay a top lawyer to appeal his conviction.

He claims the drug bust was set up by a bitter enemy. Remember the ’60s burnout guy? That was my father. He was a deadhead reject. But he swore off drugs for life after his close friend, River Phoenix, died in of a heroin overdose, Keanu told a friend: My dad dealt in death, and he deserves to rot in jail until his sentence is over so nobody can die from the drugs he sells.

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Mr Philips, who grew up in Co Wicklow, succeeds former Glanbia executive Kevin Toland, who’s leaving next week to begin a new role as chief executive of troubled Swiss-Irish baked goods group Aryzta. Mr Philips’ retail background suggests that the DAA could see significant scope to expand the airport group’s own retailing activities at home and abroad. Its international arm, ARI International, has been successful in securing contracts to operate duty-free units in airports around the world.

It also retained a contract to operate services at the Rqaffic Harri Airport in Beirut.

Long before the “classical” Greeks came into existence, the Phoenicians had been trading with the Mycenaeans who emerged about B.

Brown Mia Khalifa in Well, her unique heritage is just one small detail. Soon after shooting her first scene, porn sites were reporting that Mia was their most searched pornstar. To add to the controversy, soon after her first porn movie, Mia did another one in which her and a Middle Eastern MILF wear hijabs, the traditional Muslim head covering, and get fucked by a white guy. Of course you can see this highly politicized scene here on PORN. Some people loved this kinky multicultural porn movie, and others had a big problem with it.


However, much has happened since it went up, including the Blogger outage. Scroll down for a report on that. More new posts will be added below this one. The essay below is the conclusion of the ninth part in a series by Takuan Seiyo. See the list at the bottom of this post for links to the previous installments.

The Foreign Office advises against all travel to several areas in Lebanon, including southern suburbs of Beirut, and all but essential travel to most other areas of the country.

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Her favorite team is the Florida State Seminoles, a college team, and she spouts her love for them all over social media.

Lebanon arrests Uber driver suspected in Briton’s murder

Of course you can see this highly politicized scene here on PORN.

Ex-Morrisons boss in surprise landing as DAA’s new CEO

At Tyre, a very thorough archaeological excavation was performed in which went all the way down to bedrock.

Gay Community in Lebanon and the Arab World