It seems a shame that political and religious beliefs would lead to the destruction of a nation's cultural heritage--something that once gone, can't be replaced--viewpoints in the 21st century are definitely not all enlightened.
Fortunately for us in the U.S., there is Project Gutenberg, which is scanning out of print and other public domain texts to make them available now, and for future generations.
For those who have an ereader, "Project Gutenberg offers over 42,000 free ebooks: choose among free epub books, free kindle books, download them or read them online."
Since this is the anniversary week of the first publication of Pride and Prejudice, I thought I'd look to see what Project Gutenberg has available for readers. Using Pride and Prejudice as my search term, I found the original text, which include various ebook formats, a collection of "great fiction" that seeks to "allow the original author to tell his own story over again in his own language, but in the shortest possible space" (in other words, the book condensed to a few pages of summary), two audio versions, and one play adaptation. However, if a standard paper version of the original book is what you're looking for, visit us here at the Library [F AUS]!
Update: things may not be as bad as they first appeared in Timbuktu as is reported in this article from NPR.