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Hijab: Unveiling Queer Muslim Lives

edited by Pepe Hendricks

Hijab: Unveiling Queer Muslim Lives is the first known collection of South African Muslim stories relating to Islam and sexual diversity. This anthology shares real-life stories of people that have struggled, or may still be struggling, to reconcile their spirituality and their sexuality. These are stories that illustrate the oneness of being and reflect on how some interpretations of the scriptures may alienate others. Although the collection focuses predominantly on Muslim stories, it is universal in its approach in dealing with spirituality rather than religion.

ISBN 9781920355203 | 224 pages | 198mm x 129mm | 2009 | African Minds Publishers, South Africa | Paperback




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