Islamic books sales rise by almost a third
Islamic books sales increase by almost a third in UK after the release of the anti-Islam movie.
The sales of Islamic books in Britain have increased by nearly a third, after the video-sharing website YouTube released an offensive US-made film about Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), new figures show.
According to recent statistics, following the screening of the blasphemous anti-Islam movie, Islamic books sales in the UK have risen by 30 percent.
Book sellers in public libraries of the West of England announced increases between 20 and 30 percent in their printed materials which were about the glorious Faith of Islam, compared to previous months’ figures.
Workers at book shops in London told the Saudi news channel Al Arabiya that many British citizens are looking for books that explain the true divine religion of Islam and a large number of them are also trying to find translated versions of the holy Qur’an.
Earlier this month, an initiative was launched in Britain in order to encounter bias against Islam, following outrage among Muslims around the world triggered by the sacrilegious film.
The initiative commissioned by a London organization, Discover Islam, distributes copies of the Muslims holy book Qur’an and other materials about the life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in English to non-Muslims with the aim of educating them about the divine faith.