FA’OOS, Egypt — Hamdi Gamal was interrogated by a district prosecutor
last week about whether he believes in God. His girlfriend’s family had
insisted that the pair be charged with promoting atheism after they
were seen strolling together in public — a humiliation, as far as the
family was concerned, in their increasingly conservative town.
Atheism is not technically a crime in Egypt, but that may not stop Gamal and his girlfriend from being tried for it.
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