In June 2012, a small newsletter named “Al-Maeen” was launched in Kuwait, with a grand vision of spreading Islamic, cultural, and intellectual content to the masses. Despite its humble beginnings, the newsletter’s founders were driven by a deep passion.
As the newsletter gained popularity, it evolved into a monthly magazine named “Nour Aal Mohammad” and was distributed throughout Kuwait. The journey was not easy, and the magazine faced numerous obstacles in its distribution in Kuwait and other Arab countries.
Despite the challenges, the magazine was able to correct many misconceptions and distortions prevalent at the time. Its contributors included notable authors and participants who shared their expertise and knowledge with the readers.
The magazine’s board of directors made the difficult decision to suspend its publication after its 37th issue, in response to the emergence of new media. However, this suspension is temporary, and the organization is planning to create an Islamic media empire that encompasses various fields of media, including a satellite channel, radio broadcasting, cinematic productions, and its own social networking platform.
The story of “Nour Aal Mohammad” is an inspiring one, showcasing the power of passion, dedication, and fearlessness. Despite its short lifespan, the magazine has left an indelible mark on the Islamic cultural and intellectual scene, and its legacy will continue to inspire future generations.
Notable writers and participants:
Anas Mohamed (Egypt) ● Hussein Bahman (Kuwait) ● Hussein Issa (Kuwait) ● Khaled Mohamed (Egypt) ● Dr. Rida bin Isa Al Lawati (Oman) ● Mr. Ahmed Al-Mousawi (United Kingdom) ● Mr. Ali Shabbar (Kuwait) ● Sheikh Ahmed Salman (Saudi Arabia) ● Sheikh Jaber Hussain Al-Omani (Oman) ● Sheikh Ali Al-Essa (Kuwait) ● Sheikh Ali Kamal (Kuwait) ● Sheikh Nizar Al-Hassan (Iraq) ● Sheikh Hadi Al-Rubaie (Iraq) ● Student of knowledge (Kingdom of Arabia) ● Abdullah Abdeen (Kuwait) ● Ali Bu Khamseen (Kuwait) ● Ali Ghaibullah (Kuwait) ● Ammar Al-Ajmi (Oman) ● Mohammed Abu Sultan (Kingdom of Arabia) ● Mohamad Al-Mail (Kuwait) ● Mahmoud Youssef (Egypt) ● Narges Al-Khabouri (Iraq)