Arabic Legislations Encyclopedia

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The Arabic Legislations Encyclopedia is the largest printed encyclopedia in use. Written by Mohamed Abou Baker Ben Younis, its 200 volumes have a total of 164,000 pages and weigh 420 kg (925 lb)[1]

It contains every piece of legislation from all the Arab countries. The general index is contained in a further six volumes and there are also additional annexes.

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  1. ^ Guinness Book of World Records 1999- issue 2002 p.156