Cover of the second issue of al-Manar magazine, 1899
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al-Manār (Arabic: المنار; ‘The Lighthouse’), was an Islamic magazine, written in Arabic, and was founded and published by Rashid Rida from 1898 until his death in 1935. His goal in establishing the magazine was to articulate and disseminate reformist ideas and preserve the unity of the Muslim nation. The magazine was based in Cairo, Egypt. It was started as a weekly, but later its frequency was switched to monthly.
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