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And ever since Abdel Fattah El-Sisi overthrew the elected Muslim Brotherhood government in a 2013 military coup, his minions have been working the law for all it’s worth.

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(The Brotherhood, despite its vocal conservatism, had carried out virtually no arrests under the “debauchery” law: They had, after all, no religious credentials to prove.) In one notorious case, headlines blared that a man charged with “debauchery” had been converting other men to political Islam by luring them into bed.

The stories claimed he made the four-fingered sign of the Muslim Brotherhood during sex, like a religious form of fisting. But the arrests of LGBTQ people lend legitimacy to the regime’s other repressive measures.

The Ministry of Interior declared that merely showing the rainbow flag or “inciting” homosexuality, warranted up to three years in prison; one lawmaker threatened to ramp up penalties for same-sex acts to 10 years. The EIPR now counts almost five dozen people seized since the concert, in four cities across the country.

Most had absolutely nothing to do with the performance or the flag.

The regime doesn’t actively seek out plaudits or publicity for arresting lawyers or demonstrators, for shooting protestors or shuttering human rights organizations.

Yet Sisi’s government boasts of persecuting LGBTQ people.

Family rejection and social shame redouble the pain.

Even though the “debauchery” defendants in a massively publicized 2014 raid on a bathhouse were miraculously acquitted, one later attempted to burn himself to death. Egypt now holds over 60,000 political prisoners in concentration-like camps and penitentiaries, according to local human rights activists.

The Muslim Brotherhood, which Sisi overthrew, retains a stubborn core of support and remains a focus of resistance.

But the LGBTQ arrests help the army reinforce its religious street cred, despite ousting a religious government.

The tortured bodies of trans women and gay men cement the dictatorship’s bloody but insecure foundations. In 2011, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton proclaimed that “gay rights are human rights.” The Obama administration—apparently conscious of the small but concentrated power of U. gay voters (and donors)—made support for LGBTQ rights worldwide a very public part of its foreign policy. Yet almost no government has conveyed to Sisi’s regime that his campaign of abuse and torture might carry consequences.

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