Vichinthanam is a Malayalam weekly published by Kerala Nadvathul Mujahideen. It was started in 2001. It is published from the Mujahid Centre, Kozhikode.This is considered as the official mouthpiece of Kerala Nadvathul Mujahideeneven though the organisation highlights the monthly named Al-Manar as the official publication. Vichinthanam discuss the day to day matters of Muslim and salafi community of the state as well as the news updates, Q&A, Islamic history, book reviews, Fiqh and career guidance.

It is published by the Ishaq Ali Kallikkandy and the founding editor is EKM Pannoor (Mayin Master), who is an Islamic writer, orator and Organiser.


The publication of Vichinthanam started in light of the tension within KNM during the early 2000s, when the official weekly "Shabab" was almost with the madavoor faction of KNM. It is started as an independent weekly discussing the organisational issues only and later on KNM approved Vichinthanam as an official publication.


The circulation of Vichinthanam within India is done through the coccus committees of KNM throughout the state.

On special occasions like Ramadan, Eid and during state conferences or Arabic college annual functions, Vichinthanam used to publish special editions.

It usually contain articles related to:

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