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Egyptian, Syrian Islamic Publishers Stay Faithful To Market

Posted at 8:40AM Monday 14 Jul 2014

Egypt, where book sales have fallen by 50%, has given a home to several Syrian Islamic publishers who maintain the faithful need them as much now as before

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