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A report by the Austrian Centre for Country of Origin and Asylum Research and Documentation, in 2009, noted that homosexuality in Syria carries a social stigma that may result in torture and even death.

An Egyptian sexologist, Heba Kotb estimates that 10 to 12 per cent of the Egyptian population is homosexual and yet according to Pew Research Centre 95 per cent of Egyptians believe that homosexuality is unacceptable.

Not surprisingly, as a result I’ve asked myself this question: The potential brutality of such a scenario is too upsetting to even think about…

images of Hitler’s concentration and death camps, where homosexuals were worked to death, quickly flash through my mind.

Given how quickly people (Joe Public and politicians alike) are swayed to engage in flag-waving politics and to display uncomfortable levels hatred and extremism, the possibility for the Israeli and Jewish LGBT community to be trapped in such a double-whammy is perhaps not so farfetched.

Geographically, Israel shares its borders with Lebanon in the north, Syria in the northeast, Jordan and the West Bank in the east, the Gaza Strip and Egypt on the southwest.

I have been fortunate that over the past number of years I have been able to indulge myself in asking – and answering- the whys of relationships, most specifically of those having to do with dating.

Understanding how things work has been a passion of mine ever since I can remember.

For sure I was one of those potentially annoying children who had to ask “but why? And I was definitely always intrigued with understanding relationships.

LGBT rights in most of its neighbouring countries pales in comparison to Israel.

A 2007 poll by Pew Research Centre suggested that 79 per cent of Lebanese believe In Syria, same-sex relationships are illegal and those found guilty of having homosexual relationships can serve up to three years in jail.