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|Born||1980 (age 36–37)
Jama was born and raised in Somalia. He moved to America when he was a teenager. Between the years 2000 and 2010, he was the editor of Huriyah, a magazine by and for LGBT Muslims. Jama identifies as queer and Muslim.
- Hearts (2015)
- Angelenos (2013) 
- Bits (2012) 
- Over the Rainbow (2011) (segment "Carlita") 
- Apart (2010) 
- From Here To Timbuktu (2010) (segment "Trio") 
- Rebound (2009) 
- Ani (2009) 
- Berlinsomnia (2008)
- Shukaansi (2007)
- Being Queer and Somali: LGBT Somalis At Home and Abroad (2015)
- Queer Jihad: LGBT Muslims on Coming Out, Activism, and the Faith (2013)
- Illegal Citizens: Queer Lives in the Muslim World (2008)
- At Noonday with the Gods of Somalia (2004)
- Out in Beirut. Whosoever Magazine.
- Reading Shahnameh in Paris. Iranian.com.
- Soul Mates: The Price of Being Gay in Somalia. Afrol Magazine.
- Living On A Prayer: Muslims & Hiv/AIDS. Positive Nation Magazine.
- Ashnas and Mehboobs: An Afghan Love Story. Trikone Magazine. (PDF)
- Troubles in Baghdad. Whosoever Magazine
- Angelenos(2012) at the Internet Movie Data Base
- Bits(2012) at the Internet Movie Data Base
- Over the Rainbow(2011) at the Internet Movie Data Base
- Apart(2010) at the Internet Movie Data Base
- From Here To Timbuktu(2010) at the Internet Movie Data Base
- Rebound(2009) at the Internet Movie Data Base
- Ani (One Nation Many Voices) Link TV
- UPC Index, Being Queer and Somali
- LibraryThings, Queer Jihad
- Asha Menon, Of love and defiance, New Indian Express, January 17, 2009
- Somali Poet Mahamud Siad Togane, A Poetic Rumble Out of the Somali Rubble Archived July 3, 2008, at the Wayback Machine., Togane.Org, Sep 06, 2004