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The Muslim Weekly

The Muslim Weekly is a Muslim newspaper published in London. It is the first weekly newspaper for Muslims in the UK.


The Muslim Weekly was launched in 2003.[1] Published by SNS Media Ltd, it was created by Ahmed Abdul Malik and Mohammed Shahed Alam. Based in London, it is published every Friday and provides UK Muslims with domestic and international news, religious, social and sports reports, alongside commentary, editorials and a letters page for readers. The Muslim Weekly has an average circulation of 40,000.

Notes and references

  1. ^ "The Muslim Weekly celebrates starting 11th year of publication!". The Muslim Weekly. 2010. Retrieved 16 October 2014. 

External links

  • Official Homepage

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