Available Between 1940-1942

​​A cultural magazine published twice a month by the Palestine Broadcasting Service.  The first issue was published on 19 January 1940. Besides articles on local culture, it closely followed the events of World War II and particularly British victories on the battlefield. It also published the broadcast schedule for Radio Palestine for two weeks at a time, as well as feature articles on topics such as the school curriculum in Palestine, the state of industry in Nablus, and developments in scientific research in Ramallah.

The magazine ceased publication on 31 December 1942 and was announced in a letter from the editor addressed to the “esteemed readers” that “the issue of Huna Al-Quds before you is the last and final issue, bringing to an end a publication record of three years.”​1  ​

1.​ Yaakov Yehoshua, The History of the Arabic Press in Palestine at the End of the British Mandate over Palestine. (Shfar'am: Dar al-Mashriq, 1983), p. 150 [Arabic].​