|Owner(s)||Jordan Press and Publishing Company|
|Editor||Mohammad Hassan Altali|
|Founded||28 March 1967|
History and profile
The first issue of Ad-Dustour (in Arabic الدستور) was published on 28 March 1967 as a result of a merger of two publications: Falestin (in Arabic فلسطين) and Al Manar (in Arabic المنار) published in the West Bank and that had ceased publication in 1967 because of the Six-Day War.
The estimated circulation of Ad-Dustour was 40,000 whereas it was 90,000 copies in 2003.
The daily contains five sections:
- First Section: for head line and domestic news.
- Second Section: for international news, business and economy.
- Addustour Alriyadi: for international and domestic sport news.
- Doroob: For miscellaneous news related to health and living styles.
- The Cultural Section: This section is only for Fridays of every week, and contains domestic, regional, and international cultural events
- Al-Shabab: This section is published on Wednesdays of every week, and daily during major sport competitions such as FIFA World Cup. It covers the weekly domestic, and international youth events 
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