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Thursday, February 28, 2008

The Muslim Converts' Association of Singapore

Darul Arqam (The Muslim Converts' Association of Singapore) publishes two English-language magazines:

1. The Muslim Reader
A magazine that "provides enriching and relevant information to the new Muslims who are in tune to learn more about their faith, and to the English-speaking members of the Muslim community."

2. Teens' Crossroads
A "magazine for teens that opens their eyes to the colourful issues facing youths of today, from newly-emerging social trends to exciting sporting events and influences of technology."

To contribute articles, visit this page, and scroll down to the bottom for the editor's contact info.

I don't know whether this is a paying or non-paying market.

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