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Dubai and the UAE do not have religious police with the job of checking on public morality, as is the case in Saudi Arabia.
Nor do the police spend their time walking around shopping malls and bars looking for illegal hand-holding or kissing (at any rock concert in Dubai you can see the police calmly observe beer-drinking, hand-holding and kissing expats without usually taking any action).
Helem is an Arabic acronym for Lebanese Protection for the LGBT community, but the Arabic word also means dream.
George Azzi, the group's co-ordinator, says the idea first came to life in an internet chat room whose members decided to organise an association and work publicly with the institutions of civil society.
It is now the subject of daily discussions in the country.
Just over a year ago, Helem, the first-ever advocacy group of its kind in the Arab world was founded here, with the aim of improving the legal and social status of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals, launching awareness campaigns and providing medical assistance.
Mr Azzi stresses that Helem does not encourage people to break the law.
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