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An Egyptian actress faces being jailed for up to five years for wearing a see-through dress that revealed her legs. Rania Youssef, who is in her 30s, was charged with public obscenity after her appearance at the closing ceremony of a film festival in Cairo on Thursday. Her dress was made with a sheer material and tied at the waist but her underwear and the entirety of her legs were visible.
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Cairo: Egyptian actress Entissar, famed for comic roles in TV serials, has sparked a big controversy in the conservative country, after she encouraged young people, who cannot afford high marriage costs, to watch sex films. Entissar, who is a Muslim mother, admitted to have watched porn films, rejecting any bid to block sex websites or TV stations. In recent years, sex crimes have increased in Egypt, prompting the government to toughen penalties against offenders. A UN report released in found that
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Please refresh the page and retry. A n Egyptian actress is to face trial for appearing at a film festival wearing a revealing dress. The year-old appeared at Cairo Film Festival on Thursday wearing a black leotard covered by a see-through overdress with criss-cross detailing and a large bow belt. The pictures of the star, who is known for her role in a number of popular Egyptian TV series, left social media users divided, with some calling her names and other defending her right to wear what she wants.
Inunder the rule of Hosni Mubarak, a top Egyptian court banned online pornography calling it "venomous and vile". According to Emiratesa case has been filed against Entissar by a pro-government group called "Who Loves Egypt? She told Al-Ahram Gate she was "not afraid".