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A paper presented at the annual interfaith dialogue meeting of the Anglican communion and the Permanent Committee of the Azhar al-Sharif for Dialogue with the Monotheistic Religions that prompted criticism from Metropolitan Seraphim for the portrayal of Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt.
A look into the reasons behind the media storm over conversions of young women and girls from Islam to Christianity and vice versa
Coptic siblings, who were officially registered as Muslims after their father converted to Islam and divorced their mother, have filed a lawsuit demanding the correction of their names and religion data.
His Holiness Pope Shenouda III is an extremely wise and intellectual man, a unique person who knows and understands a lot. He has a long living memory that goes back in history.
This press release compliments the previous article in RNSAW and sees this as an encouragement to use new information technology for Coptic activists living outside Egypt.
Marriage between a Muslim man and a Christian or a Jewish woman is allowed in Islamic countries while the opposite is not allowed. The author argues that if Muslims consider Christians people of the book, a Christian man should have the right to marry a Muslim woman. However, if they are...
Dr. Rodolph Yanney, president of the Society of Coptic Church Studies and founder and editor of Coptic Church Review in 1980, gave the RNSAW permission to bring his articles in the Copts Digest and the Coptic Daily Digest, published in 1999, together in one report describing the factors leading to...
A Muslim woman, who is married to a non-Muslim and had a baby by him, wrote to Aqidati to ask about the Islamic judgment on her marriage. The secretary of the Fatwa [religious decree given by a Muslim scholar, a Mufti] Committee in the Azhar wrote in reply: "All the scholars of Islam have agreed...
This article exposes the opinion of Dr. Nasr Farid Wasal, the Mufti of Egypt, concerning the rights of the non-Muslim wife, who is married to a Muslim and whether she has the right to practice the rites of her religion and to inherit from her husband or not.


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