Sebilürreşad is a magazine that was published by Eşref Edib Fergan with the help of Mehmet Akif Ersoy in August 1908 to encourage and play a leading role in years of national war, the ideology of Islamism under the name Sırat-ı Müstakim. One of the key characteristics of the journal is that almost all of Safahat is written here the most important publication of Islamism's revolution. The magazine closed in 1925 with the law of Takrir-i Sukun in the Turkish alphabet of May 1948, was written again in Turkish alphabet. In 1966 it came to an end.
The weekly Islamic magazine Sirat-i Müstakim, edited by the author Mehmet Akif, developed the concept of Islamism and shaped the theories of the Islamist movement. 641 issues have been published and 183 have been published between 1908 and 1925. It continued publishing under the name Sebilürreşad following the issue.
In addition, Sebilurreşad was published in Istanbul and was also able to set an agenda of the Russian, Indian and Arab Muslim regions in several regions in Anatolia. Eşref Edip ebul'ula Mardin and founded by Mehmet Akif among the writers of Abdulaziz Cavis, Ismail Hakkı, Ferit Kam, Mehmet Fahrettin, Izmirli Ismail Hakkı, Tahir al-Mevlevi, Ahmet Hamdi Aksekili Mehmet Semsetin Gunaltay, Manastirli Ismaili Hakki of Bursa, Mehmet Tahir, Ibrahim Mehmet Emin Rasulzade Abdurresid, Frost, Isaac, Yusuf akçura. Mardin and Mehmet Akif among the authors of the weekly Abdulaziz magazine.
The general policy of the journal is to convert to Islamic Union, Islamic morality, the Qur'an and Sunnah. After 50 years, Sebilürreşad started its publishing life under the leadership of journalist-writer Fatih Bayhan, based in Ankara again on August 14, 2016. Sebilurreşad, the 1008th issue of August 14, 2016 and "by the grace of Allah, continue.."he met his readers with the headline. Sebilürreşad is the 14th edition of every month until February 2020. the day was published. From March 2020, it began to be released from the 1st of each month.