It is estimated that three million Islamic manuscripts survive today. Islamic manuscripts are to be found not only in every Islamic country and in countries with large Islamic minorities, such as India, the Soviet Union and China, but also throughout Europe and the Americas, as well as in Japan, Australia . . .
The Library of Al-Furqan holds over 17,000 titles in around 30,000 volumes, on various subjects. It includes over 3,000 printed catalogues of Islamic manuscripts from over 76 countries. The library holdings are arranged and organised according to the Library of Congress Classification (LCC) system, for ease of use, while its collection . . .
The book al-Mawā'iz wa-l-I'tibār fī Dhikr al-Khitat wa-l-Athār, written by the greatest authority on the history of Islamic Egypt. Maqrīzī Taqī al-Dīn Ahmad ibn 'Alī ibn 'Abd al-Qādir (d. 745 AH/1442 CE), is considered one of the Arab heritage's pride and joy, and the most important source of Islamic Egypt’s . . .