Khaled Chaouki, pioneer of the Arabic-Italian publishing and founder of the website Minareti.it aimed at informing Italian about the Arabic-Islamic world, has declared that, although Italy falls behind other European countries, the target is gradually growing. In Italy, publishing initiatives in Arabic and Italian language for immigrants and their children are rising. Since Muslim immigration is a more recent phenomenon in Italy, as compared to France and the UK, the Italian publishing market is just at the beginning. In the last two years, however, especially on-line publishing initiatives have been flourishing with the birth of new information portals such as: IslamOnLine, Arabismo, Arabnews and Resetdoc. Khaled sees a rosy future in these prospects; surely, interest will grow especially among immigrants’ children of Arabic-Islamic origin. If we consider the number of Muslims in Italy to be around 1.5 million, it is projected that in a few years time the literacy of the Italian language amongst these immigrants will be on the rise.