Essay on Lgbt's Rights

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Homosexuals and current Scenario of Egypt:
The Egyptian Government dealt homosexuals in cruel way for stopping the rising popularity of Religious activist groups such as Ikhwan-al-Muslimeen. Government of Egypt has used courts for holding and torture of Gay men (Has). This policy of Government got wide support from the public and for this reason allowed the Rule to shore up its Islamic Qualifications (Menyawi, September 1, 2006). The situation of Ikhwan-al-Musleemeen is also considered that homosexuality is the violation of Islamic law. For this reason Ikhwan-al-Musleemeen supported the Government attacks on Gay men. Such Emergency courts which were previously used for the prosecution of the religious fundamentalists now these courts are
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At the Appeals Court of Egypt in July 2003, Mo’azer El-Marsafy, judge of the court disciplined the defendants by saying, “We are so offended by you and we cannot even glance at you. You did a very main Sin of Religion.
“Social scenario changes over time to time. Such culture which remain fixed, do not develop and grow must be go down because of their rigidity. The problem with the fundamentalist that they measure us with the same yard stick by which they are using for themselves or like such yard sticks which their forefathers told them about. Fundamentalist uses such interpretation of reality and pretend to us even more unknown, restricted and hostile”.
Gabriel García Márquez (Márquez, 8 December 1982)
“He stared me from up to down and said, are you a theist?” I was shocked; I do not have words to say something. I know, I have more ethical values, righteousness than that guy. I know how stronger my relationship with God about which he do not know. But according to him I am just a punished person or eviler than an accused person, a ghost, because I am homosexual”.
Amgad (Amgad, 2004)
(Amgad, 2004)International Human Rights and Social Justice for Homosexuals:
Human Rights for homosexual have been expressed by Navi Pillay, High Commissioner for Human Rights and by Secretary General of United Nations, Ban Ki Moon (apa). A revolutionary speech by Secretary

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