Sudan is one of the strictest countries in the world which criminalize homosexuality.Same-sex sexual activity is illegal and, according to Article 148, capital punishment applies to a man or woman engaging in such acts.
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Suspects explicitly denied having the items in their possession.
‘This unfortunately is not the first of such cases in Sudan, and sentences regularly include lashes, imprisonment and sometimes capital punishment.
‘Even if the men will get off “lightly” with lashes, none of them will be able to have a life anymore.
‘They will be dismissed from their jobs, ostracized from their families and communities and expected to hide away from public in shame.A public order court in Khartoum, Sudan has begun deliberating a case of nine men who were arrested and beaten for being gay.According to LGBT rights activists in Sudan, a private gathering of gay friends at a well-known singer’s flat was raided.Punishments ranges from lashes and imprisonment to the death sentence. This site contains porn links to sexually explicit material.‘How are LGBT people in Sudan expected to feel safe at their own home?