It is impossible to have a vivid and developmental society if reading is not an essential part of it. Data shows that handheld devices have invaded our lives, while books are being ignored. Even before this technology emerged, the relation between Arab readers and books was not good. For example, when a book by a prominent Arab author was published, the number of prints did not exceed 5,000 - a very small number if distributed among 300 million Arabs.
Books are no longer the first source of entertainment due to technology’s invasion of our lives, but those who make time to read paper books save themselves from the fatal addiction to technologyTurki Al-Dakhil