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A security official would not comment on Hegazy's case but denied that police incite prisoners against each other or otherwise mistreat them.

Lawyers for other detainees said their clients faced similar treatment.

Sisi has been criticized by the Brotherhood as being anti-Islam, and rights groups say tough treatment of the LGBT community is a way to counter that while diverting attention from the country's tough economic conditions.Judicial sources do not deny the examinations take place but say they are legally carried out and are not a form of abuse.Egyptian authorities do not deny going after gays and an investigation report provided to Reuters by the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) openly refers to the police's campaign on homosexuals.The crackdown has Egypt's already underground LGBT community living in fear.Five gay men who all requested anonymity said they were avoiding gay-friendly spaces and deleting online dating profiles for fear of arrest. But the recent developments underscore an existing reality for gay Egyptians: they are in constant physical danger. We're not talking about gay rights here, no one is calling for marriage equality, we face the possibility of jail and humiliation for merely existing," said one 25-year-old gay man.

Sisi has been criticized by the Brotherhood as being anti-Islam, and rights groups say tough treatment of the LGBT community is a way to counter that while diverting attention from the country's tough economic conditions.Judicial sources do not deny the examinations take place but say they are legally carried out and are not a form of abuse.Egyptian authorities do not deny going after gays and an investigation report provided to Reuters by the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) openly refers to the police's campaign on homosexuals.The crackdown has Egypt's already underground LGBT community living in fear.Five gay men who all requested anonymity said they were avoiding gay-friendly spaces and deleting online dating profiles for fear of arrest. But the recent developments underscore an existing reality for gay Egyptians: they are in constant physical danger. We're not talking about gay rights here, no one is calling for marriage equality, we face the possibility of jail and humiliation for merely existing," said one 25-year-old gay man.I saw scratches on her shoulder, she looked very disheveled and exhausted.