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What really happened to the library of Alexandria and the fraudulent claims of Muslim historians

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 11, 2012 at 06:54

For the readers tablighees the likes of our dear scottindallas are fond of dishing out information without really doing their home work so let us see what our dear scottindallas know about the strory behind the story of what really happened to the library of Alexandria

Our dear scottindallas can you tell us kuffar what really happened to the library of Alexandria (both the mother library that was located in the Bruchoin district and the second library that was located at the Serapeum in the Rakoti district of Alexandria)

Can you also tell us what do Muslim historians the likes of Ibn Abd al-Hakam and Abu al-Faraj tell us about this little story?

I will be waiting for your answer with great anticipation

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