A fashion magazine worth subscribing to

Katie Hinderer | 04 June 2012

The fashion magazine, which launched its first issue at the end of May, is aimed to fill a void that exists in the world of fashion magazines today. The creators hoped to build something that catered to what young women today were really going through.

Al-Qaeda launches women’s magazine

Katie Hinderer | 04 April 2011
To tap that potential of grabbing women’s attention and forming their opinions for them, Al-Qa’ida has started a glossy fashion magazine for Muslim women.
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