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Egypt: Trial of suspected homosexuals continues in Cairo
Lebanon: Lebanese Equality for Gays and Lesbians
The LEGAL Institute is a non-profit private organisation set up by the GayLebanon Group, serving the Lebanese gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) community.
Palestine/Israel: Isn't that queer?
After almost 2 years of bitter fighting, trust between Israelis and Palestinians has never been lower.
UN: Sexual minorities reach the UN
During the last UN Commission on Human Rights in April 2002, two human rights independent experts, Asma Jahangir and Radhika Coomaraswamy, made a historic appearance at an NGO briefing.
Egypt: Retrial announced in 'Cairo 52' case
The International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC) has learned that the Egyptian government has decided to retry 50 of the defendants in the "Cairo 52" case.
Sehakia: The voice of North African and Arab lesbians
A collective of Arab lesbians or lesbians of Arabic language and culture, living in native lands or lands of exile.
Sehakia: La voix des lesbiennes Arabes
Les N'DéeSses est un collectif de lesbiennes arabes ou de langues et de culture arabes, vivant en terres natales ou en terres d'exil.
UK: Conference for lesbian, bisexual and transgender women who identify as Muslims either religiously or culturally
Invitation to participate in a conference organised by the SAFRA project on 29 June in Manchester, UK.
Malaisie: Segregation des genres
En arrivant au pouvoir en 1999, le parti Terengganu avait juré de "renforcer la loi islamique".
USA: An Egyptian gay man is granted US asylum
A gay Egyptian man denied asylum in the United States and profiled in the Washington Blade newspaper in January, has now won asylum based on the recent history of anti-gay harassment in his home country.
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