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  • A Positive Ramadan: A Blog Entry by Ibrahim (July 18, 2012)
    "Many HIV-positive Muslims wish to join their community in observing this important month ... Can they?"
    From TheBody.com
  • The Hidden People (January/February 2012)
    Courage and brotherhood bring the Muslim community into the light.
    To read PDF, click here.
    In Positively Aware, from Positively Aware
  • Coming in and out of the Closet: A Blog Entry by Ibrahim (June 1, 2011)
    "I still have a problem getting close to gay people. I do not feel comfortable passing by a gay sign or getting involved in gay issues. Is this a clear case of internalized homophobia? The answer is no: This is me trying to avoid getting close to my HIV."
    From TheBody.com
  • A Poz Salamu-Alaikum: A Blog Entry by Ibrahim (September 1, 2010)
    "I have met some other guys who came along with their Poz identity and chose it over their Middle Eastern one, but for me, I am trying to hold to both at the same time."
    From TheBody.com
  • This Positive Life: An Interview With Ahmad Salcido (February 2, 2009)
    Being gay and HIV positive is frowned upon in many Hispanic and Muslim communities, and 23-year-old Ahmad faces unique challenges because he's part of each. However, he's found a supportive community in San Francisco, and his diagnosis has inspired him to take better care of his health.
    In This Positive Life, from TheBody.com
  • A Look at HIV/AIDS and Muslims in Zambia (September 2008)
    An interview with Sheikh Ali Charles Banda.
    From TheBody.com

  
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