Mysterious gay scribe captivates cyberspace with Baghdad blog

April 2003
Gay & Lesbian Times;4/3/2003, Issue 797, p26
Focuses on Salam Pax, a mysterious gay scribe whose accounts of life in Baghdad during the Iraq conflict have made him a cyber celebrity. Criticism of Saddam Hussein's authoritarian rule and the U.S.-British war on his nation; Information on the identity of Salam Pax.


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