Daeshi: If it is not written by Sayyid Qutb, its camel dung

Thousands of ancient and irreplaceable manuscripts were burned by Isis fighters after militants raided Mosul library in Iraq.
One Mosul library official believes that up to 112,000 books were destroyed – spanning centuries of learning, and including books registered on a UNESCO rarities list.
Library director director Ghanim al-Ta’an said that militants took the books away in bags, then destroyed the library using explosives.
‘These books promote infidelity and call for disobeying Allah. So they will be burned,’ a bearded militant told residents, according to local sources.

 

Isis burns library containing ‘hundreds of years of history’ | Metro News.

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