Historical development of Islamic libraries internationally and in South Africa: A case study of the Islamic Library in Gatesville
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The purpose of this study was to examine the historical development of Islamic libraries internationally and in South Africa and to examine the Islamic Library in Gatesville as a case study to understand in which way communities have sought to provide a solution for adequate library facilities for the specific needs of the Muslim community in the greater Cape Town area.
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