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Academic libraries are the “heart” of the learning community, providing a place for Users and advance their knowledge. Simmonds, (2001). Libraries must be safe from security threats and physical weakness. To secure and protectthe collections will facilitate to libraries give an efficient service in response to theinformation required of the university community