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(Bint el Nas) "The louder we will sing" A handbook produced by Amnesty International for promoting and defending the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people. Crimes of hate, conspiracy of silence Amnesty International report on torture and ill-treatment based on sexual identity in various countries International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission Useful website documenting abuse and discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation around the world.Gay rights in the Middle East Wikipedia articles on: Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, and the UAE.
Cross-dressing in Middle Eastern dance (shira.net) Married Gay Although not specifically focused on the Middle East, this website provides useful information for married people who feel that they may be gay, lesbian or bisexual. Gay/lesbian blogs Send an email to add new blogs to this list Alaa Jarban A blog from Yemen A of Arabia Uncut "An undercover queer blog somewhere in the Middle East" L'Algerie en Rose By a gay Algerian, in French Arab Lesbian Women & Allies Network (ALWAAN) Beirut Boy Beirut Gay Blogs b E Le Bn AN!Basic information International Lesbian and Gay Association A world-wide federation of national and local groups seeking equal rights for lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgendered people everywhere.Bint el Nas For "women who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and/or queer".Arab Lesbian Women & Allies Network (ALWAAN) Alwan is an online community for Arab lesbians, gay men, bisexual men and women, transgender persons and those who are interested in building bridges with the LGBT Arab community and participating in a progressive dialogue. Bekhsoos A feminist and queer Arab magazine Barra magazine Kifkif "A community of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons in Morocco." Website in Arabic, French and Spanish.Gay and Lesbian Arabic Society (GLAS) US-based organisation which aims "to promote positive images of gays and lesbians in Arab communities worldwide, in addition to combating negative portrayals of Arabs within the gay and lesbian community". Positive terminology Suggested Arabic equivalents for "gay", "bisexual", etc.'Desiring Arabs' by Joseph Massad (University of Chicago Press, 2007). Interview with Abdellah Taia The Moroccan writer talks about his book, Salvation Army. "Just another Lebanese LGBT blog but in Arabic" Cz I Cant Tell Daily Voice of Reason by Moussa Hassoun Emraa Methlya Lesbian blog from Egypt (in Arabic) Gay Boy Weekly Arabic/English, from Kuwait Gay in Beirut G-AZZI by Georges Azzi Homos Libnani "Just one random gay guy from Beirut" Kareem's Diary Kareem Azmi (mainly in Arabic) Layla "When women wake, mountains move" Meem Blog Lesbian group blog from Lebanon Mimitrans "Human rights are not optional" Raynbow "Dispelling myths" Sama Says Syrian blogger Saudi Gay Boy In Arabic Twitter Send an email to add new Twitter users to this list @lgbt ARABS @Saudi_LGBT @UAELGBTR @LGBT EGYPT @LGBTJordan @Aswat Group @Leb LGBTmonitor @Helem_Lebanon @Barra Magazine @kifkifgroup @LGBTAsylum News Religion Imaan A British-based support group "for Muslim lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgendered people, as well as those questioning their sexuality or gender identity, and their family, friends and supporters". Queer Jihad A website that "condemns all forms of terrorism, including prejudice and discrimination".
Reviewed by Brian Whitaker Arab sexualities 'Desiring Arabs' by Joseph Massad (University of Chicago Press, 2007). The Gay Electronic Intifada of Lebanon by Rita El-Haddad. Safra Project Project working on "issues relating to lesbian, bisexual and/or transgender women who identify as Muslim religiously and/or culturally" Salaam Canada "The Queer Muslim Community of Toronto." Sodom and the Qur'an By Raza Griffiths (Gay Times magazine).
Islamic fundamentalism in Britain Peter Tatchell argues that Muslim fundamentalists are a growing threat to gay human rights in Britain.
An Islamic revolutionary Profile of Adnan Ali, Muslim gay activist living in Britain (Guardian, 30 August 2001).
Islamic treatment of homosexuals A report on gruesome punishments Gay Druze (Yahoo group) Sex and taboos in the Islamic world by Amira El Ahl and Daniel Steinvorth (Spiegel magazine, 20 October 2006) Asylum and immigration Lesbian and Gay Immigration Rights Task Force US-based organisation UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group A charity providing information and advice on immigration rights for same-sex couples and support for lesbian and gay asylum seekers.
HIV/AIDS Arab HIV A website that aims "to reach out to members of Arab communities worldwide who are affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic".
New lease of life after AIDS death sentence By Peter Speetjens (Daily Star, Lebanon, 6/3/98).