Nos. 4 and 7-8.
Tampere (Finland) 1949.
2 volumes, bound in 1, Large 8°, mimeographed text.
No. 7-8:  title, 24 pp.,  title page in Latin script.
No. 4:  title, 28 pp. (pp. 5-8 falsely numbered as 25-28 pp.),  title page in Latin script.
20th century green cloth binding with lettering on the cover and spine (old price written in the inner side of the back cover, issues 7-8 with old dark brown stain (coffee or tea stain?) in the middle with fragile paper and loss of tiny pieces of paper). (21396)
Habiburrahman ŞAKIR, author. Y. SALI, editor.
اسلام مجله سى
[Islamic Magazine] Nos. 5-6, 7, 8-9.
3 volumes, bound in 1, 4°, mimeographed text, all with original wrappers with Titles in Ottoman and Latin alphabet. No. 5-6:  title, 48-64 pp.
No. 7: 66-80.
No. 8-9: 16 pp.
20th century green cloth binding with lettering on the cover and spine (good condition, old holes from binding in the inner margins, a part of a postal stamp on one cover, old price written in the inner side of the back cover).
A rare Tatar, partly mimeographed, magazine was printed in Tampere, Finland, and was distributed among the Turkic minorities all over the world, including in Tokyo.
The bibliography mentions 6 issues of Finlandiya İslam Mecellesi / Finlandiyä Islam Mägälläse in 1949. In 1950 the magazine was renamed to İslâm Mecellesi and was published until the end of 1951 (1950: issues 1-7, 1951: issues 8-11).
The editor and author Habiburrahman Şakir was born in Bolgar, Tatarstan, in today’s Russia, and studied in Kazan. Under the pressure of the Soviets, Habiburrahman immigrated first to Afghanistan and in 1947 to Tampere, Finland, where he became an imam.
Habiburrahman Şakir was known for his large library, which he made it accessible to the other Muslims, living in his area. In 1947, he started publishing his own magazine in Ottoman Turkish.
We could not find any institutional examples on Worldcat.
References: Harry HALÉN, A Bibliographical Survey of the Publishing Activities of the Turkic Minority in Finland, 1979, no. 94.