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|Founder||Al-Hayat Media Center|
|First issue||June 2015|
Konstantiniyye was a Turkish language online magazine published online by the Islamic State (ISIL/ISIS/IS), and released by al-Hayat Media Center. Konstantiniyye is the old Ottoman name for present day Istanbul.
The magazine issued four issues, starting from Shaaban 1436 AH to Rajab 1437 AH, before it was replaced by a Rumiyah magazine.
|1||Shaaban 1436 AH||46|
|2||Shawwal 1436 AH||60|
|3||Dhu al-Hijjah 1436 AH||72|
|4||Safar 1437 AH||68|
|5||Rabi 'al-Akher 1437 AH||56|
|6||Rajab 1437 AH||52|
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