Subhi Nahas fled antigay persecution in Syria to become an advocate for refugees everywhere. In August 2015, Subhi shared his story - and the experiences of many persecuted LGBT Syrians - with the UN Security Council: "In 2011, at the start of the uprising in Syria, government media launched a campaign accusing all dissidents of being homosexuals. Soon after, authorities waged systematic raids on locales where gay people met. Many were arrested and tortured. Some were never heard from again."
CSubhi Nahas fled antigay persecution in Syria to become an advocate for refugees everywhere.
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