Muslim Girl

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Muslim Girl Magazine was a bi-monthly fashion, beauty, and lifestyle publication marketed for young Muslim women.[1] The magazine was first published in January 2007.[2] It was published by Toronto's ExecuGo Media,[3] and offered style advice, articles on movies and music, and general advice, but with a grounding in normative Islamic morality and with features on Muslim countries and cultures.[4] The headquarters was in Los Angeles.[2]

The magazine's contributors included Mona Eltahawy, Melody Moezzi, Raheel Raza, and Pamela Taylor. Ausma Khan was the editor in chief.[5]

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  1. ^ STEVEN ZEITCHIK (March 12, 2007). "Teen mag melds pop culture, Quran". Variety. Retrieved April 14, 2010. Teenage girls are preoccupied with a lot of things: "The Gilmore Girls." Makeup tips. Burqas. At least that's the teenager Muslim Girl magazine, a bimonthly aimed at 12- to 19-year-old Muslim females, is targeting. The glossy, published by Toronto-based Execugo, is the ultimate hybrid: a mag for and about both regular teenagers and one of the country's least covered minorities.
  2. ^ a b The Construction of Muslim Femininity in Contemporary North American Media. ProQuest. 2008. p. 41. ISBN 978-0-549-56220-7. Retrieved October 13, 2016.
  3. ^ "Teen Magazine Addresses Challenges of being Muslim Girl in United States," SF Chronicle (June 2007)
  4. ^ "Muslim Girl" Magazine Celebrates 1st Anniversary, BeliefNet Blog (January 2008)
  5. ^ Lara Spencer; Chris Wragge; Russ Mitchell (July 8, 2008). "Ausma Khan speaks about Muslim Girl magazine". CBS News Broadcast. Retrieved April 14, 2010. There are plenty of magazines aimed at young women, but what about young Muslim women? Muslim Girl magazine has been published since January 2007. Ausma Khan is editor in chief. Good morning, thanks for being here.Ms. Ausma Khan (Editor-In-Chief, Muslim Girl Magazine): Thank you for having me.SPENCER: Tell me about how Muslim Girl got started. Where was it born?

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