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.
|First issue||June 2015|
As of late 2016, Konstantiniyye had apparently been supplanted by Rumiyah.
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