Egypt jails 8 group over "gay wedding"

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CAIRO, Nov. 1 (Xinhua) — An Egyptian justice condemned on Saturday 8 group to 3 years in jail for appearing in a video of an purported happy marriage and posting it online.

“The video shave promotes desire and hull normal dignified standards,” pronounced a justice in a ruling, describing a video posted in Aug on YouTube and amicable media websites as “an invitation to immorality.”

The shave shows dual group on a vessel in a River Nile in Cairo hugging and kissing after exchanging rings amid celebratory friends and it also shows a cake with a design of a dual men.

Homosexuality is a banned in Egypt and many Muslim countries that cruise it discordant to sacrament and morality.

The video was met by snub among a lot of Egyptians. While supporters of suspended Islamist President Mohamed Morsi argued it showed spiritless ethics after his overthrow, today’s statute might be a pointer that a new care of President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi could be as regressive when it comes to dignified issues and amicable standards.

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