With the special AMUST July 2017 issue # 140 we have entered into the fourth year of its publication.

During the last three years, AMUST has shown great progress and maintained consistency and punctuality in its dissemination, production and distribution processes.

AMUST is now recognised as a quality publication with original articles exclusively written for AMUST by our diverse team of writers, presented with high-quality images and graphics.

The print editions distributed all over Australia have now been supplemented with e-Newspaper sent to a growing number of on-line subscribers in Australia as well as overseas.

In addition, AMUST e-Newsletter is produced twice a month and emailed to more than 20,000 email addresses with links to AMUST dynamic website reaching tens of thousands of readers globally.

The small core team that puts together various version of AMUST has been voluntarily working constantly with dedication, putting their heart and mind into the project in order to make it successful.

We wish to thank our printers, hand distributers and volunteers who help us in packing and posting the newspaper to subscribers.

The Advertising in AMUST has improved substantially, an evidence that businesses and organisations realise the great benefits they gain by advertising in AMUST.

We wish to thank all advertisers but specifically those who have signed contracts with us for long term advertising giving AMUST viability and stability.

We have now built up a great team of writers within Australia as well as from overseas, young and not so young, who voluntarily provide us with great write ups on a broad range of subjects that generates interest in AMUST for its diverse readership.

AMUST is not necessarily for Muslims, of Muslims and by Muslims, but for all. Our columnists come from a wide range of ages, religious and ethnic backgrounds, both males and females and with diverse skills of writing.

We also wish to thank our reporters in various states of Australia for providing positive community news and now our overseas sub-editors for relieving us with editing tasks.

Similarly, our readership and subscribers belong to Muslims as well as people of other faiths and no faith. They all find reading AMUST a great pleasure.

We have made an effort to liaise with government bodies, community organisations, educational institutions, police, aid agencies, businesses and mosques in order to promote harmony and peace in the society through AMUST.

AMUST has proved to be a vehicle of positive thinking and hopes to continue on the same path in future, continually improving itself and bringing people together through positive communication using multimedia.