Al-Madina (Israeli newspaper)

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Al-Madina
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Almadina cover
Type Weekly newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Rana Asali
Founder(s) Kamil Silbak
Founded 2004
Language Arabic
Headquarters Haifa, Israel
Country Israel
Circulation 27,000
Website www.almadina.co.il

Al-Madina (Arabic: المدينة‎) is an Arabic local newspaper, printed weekly in tabloid format, published and distributed for free in Israel.

History

Al-Madina appears in two editions. One edition is published in Haifa and distributed in the north of Israel in 15,000 copies since 2004. Its editor-in-chief is Firas Khatib.[1] Until 2006, the editor-in-chief was Ala Hlehel, an Arab-Israeli writer and two-time winner of the[2] A. M. Qattan Foundation Literature Awards. The other edition is published in Tel Aviv, with 12,000 copies distributed throughout central Israel since 2006. The editor-in-chief is Ghaleb Kiwan, who is also a news reporter for Arabic-language broadcasts on the Israeli cable provider HOT[3]

In addition to international, national and local news coverage, the paper publishes opinion pieces and articles on health, sports, arts and culture.

See also

References

  1. ^ Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Archived 2009-07-27 at the Wayback Machine.. University of Oxford
  2. ^ BANIPAL 2006- Contributors
  3. ^ Arab-Israelis and War. Kishkushim

External links

  • Official website
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