By: FSTC Limited, Thu 11 January, 2007 This short article describes the high regard with which Muslim Civilisation has held libraries as centres of knowledge. It reviews major contributions in the field and in particular to our modern books and libraries.
By: Quoted from F.B. Artz, Sat 20 July, 2002 The Muslims were great book collectors, and in all the larger towns there was a flourishing book trade. From Baghdad, to Cairo, to Cordoba and to Fez, Muslims built the libraries that housed the world largest book collections of that time.