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I saw scratches on her shoulder, she looked very disheveled and exhausted.She was beaten," said Hegazy's lawyer, Hoda Nasralla.
They posed as police officers at some point, playing on a common fear for gay Egyptians, before stealing items from his flat.Al-Azhar, Egypt's 1,000-year-old center of Islamic learning, said it would stand against gays in the way it stands against Islamist extremists. Public Prosecutor Nabil Sadek ordered the State Security Prosecution, which normally investigates terrorism and other national security threats, to investigate the flag incident.At least four people, including Hegazy and 21-year-old Ahmed Alaa, were arrested for allegedly raising the flag although one man has since been released.Almost immediately local media, dominated by state-aligned television personalities, began a campaign against homosexuals, saying they were receiving foreign funding, and hosting callers who compared their threat to Islamic State.
Egypt's media regulator then banned homosexuals from appearing in the media unless they were "repenting", calling homosexuality a "shame and a disease that should be kept under wraps, not promoted" in order to protect public morality.Fifty-two men were tried in the case, which drew widespread criticism from human rights groups and Western governments.