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“MuslilmMirror.com belongs to the expanding group of alternative media platforms founded on the premise that the Indian mainstream media narrative tends to reinforce stereotypes around Muslims.” (Hindustan Times 26 May 2018)
“MuslimMirror.com has done several stories that were later followed up by mainstream newspapers and TV.” (Times of India 20 August 2017)
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