Harun Yahya’s Atlas of Creation, the lavishly illustrated Islamic creationist book that first turned up in Turkey, then France and other European countries and prompted a disapproving resolution by the Council of Europe, is now being mailed to universities in Scotland, the Sunday Herald there reported. The paper reported the following: I find it quite staggering, said Aubrey Manning, emeritus professor of natural history at the University of Edinburgh. He houses his seven copies in a cupboard in the zoology department’s staff room. Every academic I know says they’ve got one of those… According to Taner Edis, a physicist at Truman State University in the US who has written several books on Islam and science, Oktar is the leader of a small religious sect and an art school drop-out.

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