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By DOUG IRELAND As the Islamic Republic of Iran’s lethal anti-gay pogrom—the government’s intense persecutions of its own citizens for homosexuality—continues, the victims of this oppression, despite great obstacles, continue to try to flee from the largest religious prison in the world to tell the story of the inhuman treatment they have suffered.The latest escapee to testify to this anti-gay reign of terror is a 28-year-old man caught up in the government‘s extensive Internet entrapment campaign targeting gay men.

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The basiji are an unofficial religious parapolice composed of thugs under the control of the Intelligence Ministry and operating with the authorization of the religious authorities.

They are recruited from the criminal and under-classes, and are employed by the Islamic government to do its strong-arm dirty work.

He lived in a smaller town in which—like so many in Iran—most of the people are also intensely religious, consider homosexuality the ultimate sin, and agree with the Islamic Republic’s law mandating the death penalty for any person caught in a homosexual act.

Isolated and unable to frequent his few gay friends, constantly living in fear of being arrested and tortured, perhaps executed, Sam became increasingly depressed, and even attempted suicide.

A taxi rapidly arrived—there was a person sitting in the front next to the driver, and another in back.

We got into the taxi, and my new friend suggested that I should be the one to sit in the middle in the rear, with him sitting next to me.“ As we drove away, it didn’t take long for them to shove my head down between the rear and front seats and begin beating me.

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Because there is nowhere in Iran where gay people may legally assemble—private gay parties are frequently raided by the police, and the government has an extensive network of gay informers whose cooperation has been obtained by torture, blackmail, and intimidation with threats of prison or death—like many gay Iranians, particularly those outside the largest cities, Sam’s only way of meeting other gay people was through the Internet.

Last Spring, Sam related, “ I was in a gay Internet chat room for Iranians.

A boy in the chat room was sending repeated messages saying that he was looking for a sex partner and was up for anything.

I finally got up the courage to arrange a rendezvous with him somewhere in tow—he said that after meeting we could then go to his house, as there was no question of his coming to mine.“ We met at in the afternoon, and, as the young man was very good-looking, I agreed to go with him by taxi to his home.

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