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He added that those detained “should be put on an immediate trial because they deliberately aimed to use this event to claim Egypt is a country of homosexuality, and this is not true.” Some were arrested for waving rainbow flags, and others for their Facebook posts.

“In some cases, individuals were reportedly arrested after being entrapped by law enforcement officials on apps and in Internet chat rooms,” U. human rights spokesman Rupert Colville told reporters in Geneva on Friday.

Both had been at the concert, waving rainbow flags.

The latest detentions constitute the biggest action taken against the gay community since the 2001 arrest of 52 people at the Queen Boat, a floating nightclub on the Nile.Over the next three years, an estimated 200 more were arrested, activists said.Since late 2013, after a military coup led by Sissi ousted the elected Islamist government, an estimated 550 people accused of being gay have been arrested, activists said.Activists say that many in their community have left the country in recent weeks — or are considering doing so soon.“We’re getting lots of messages from people seeking help getting out of the country,” said Mohamed, the activist, who has left Egypt for work and is planning to return only when it is safe.The sweeps have unfolded as international human rights activists have denounced the Egyptian government and urged an end to the arrests.

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