'Muslim Girl' Magazine Marks One Year in Print

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Muslim Girl, a bimonthly magazine for Muslim teens in the United States and Canada, celebrates a year in circulation. It promotes focus on goals and accomplishments. Some groups think the magazine is too westernized.

Ausma Khan, editor of Muslim Girl, speaks with Renee Montagne.



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