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TikTok star has prison term slashed after being jailed in Egypt over dance videos that ‘incited debauchery’

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Haneen Hossam, 20, was jailed for three years following the charges[/caption]

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She was first arrested in April 2020 for ‘violating family values and principles’[/caption] However, the same court found her guilty on Monday and she was slapped with a three-year sentence – and the judge fined her 200,000 Egyptian pounds. Hossam and fellow TikTokker Mowada al-Adham were acquitted in January 2021 – but prosecutors then introduced a more serious charge of human trafficking. Several belly dancers and pop singers have been targeted in recent years. Before her arrest, Haneen released a video defending her post and rejected claims she was calling for “debauchery”.

Haneen Hossam, 20, was convicted of “human trafficking” charges and accused of exploiting girls for money through video-sharing platforms.
Haneen Hossam, 20, was convicted of “human trafficking” charges and accused of exploiting girls for money through video-sharing platforms.
She said: “This video went viral and some TV hosts and YouTubers started to incite against her, saying she wants to hire young Egyptian women as ‘digital sex workers,’ which is illegal and goes against the so-called public moralities.” She said: “You will be able to form friendships with people in a respectable way.”

She denied the charge – which was linked to an invitation to her followers to get paid for making live videos. The jailings are part of a worrying trend in Egypt to remove provocative content from social media channels that are seen as contradicting traditional Muslim morals.

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Mowada al-Adham, 23, received a six-year sentence
Mowada al-Adham, 23, was also arrested and sentenced