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Interstitial queerness and the Ismaili diaspora in Ian Iqbal Rashid’s poetry and films
Alberto Fernández Carbajal

: Traditional Islam recognizes the validity of only the heterosexual relationship. A number of Muslim groups and leaders have spoken out against homosexuality. However, there are Muslims who self-identify as gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgendered/intersex/questioning (GLBTIQ) […] In talking with a member of Min al-Alaq [a Canadian LGBTIQ support group for Muslims whose Qur’anic name means ‘from the same cloth’], I was reminded of the tremendous religious isolation that comes with being a gay Muslim in Toronto. (Hussain, 2004 , p. 372) Membership of a

in Queer Muslim diasporas in contemporary literature and film