Attack on prominent gay Muslim stokes religious, cultural and political fears

Dahir, Mubarak
March 2001
Bay Windows;3/22/2001, pN.PAG
Looks at religious, cultural and political fears of gay Muslim journalists in the U.S. Encounter between Ifti Nasim, gay Pakistani poet and author, and an anti-gay Muslin inside a bistro in Chicago, Illinois; Treatment of the police who responded to the incident to Nasim; Threat being received by national gay group Al-Fatiha.


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