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The Cairo Criminal Court under Judge Muḥammad Sharīn Fahmī is getting ready today for the retrial of the former president Muḥammad Mursī and the Muslim Brotherhood on the “trespassing Eastern borders” case.  Masrāwy gives an overview of the case:   
Consultant ʿĀdil al-Shūrbajī, First Deputy President of the Court of Cassation and Chairman of the Committee on Party Affairs, said that the committee referred the papers of six political parties to the Attorney-General to investigate the extent of their violation of the Political Parties Law...
Many people have bet on this question recently on whether Egypt’s former president Muḥammad Mursī would be spared from the death sentence verdict issued by the Egyptian Judiciary.
Al-Nūr Party’s assistant head of legal affairs, Tal`at Marzūq, said he will appeal against the Supreme Electoral Commission’s (SEC) decision announcing the “For the love of Egypt” list as the winner of parliamentary elections in West Delta at the court of cassation.
The appellate body of the Cairo court of urgent matters on Thursday (July 21) handed down a ruling abolishing an earlier one to remove names and photos of former President Husnī Mubārak and his wife Suzanne off all squares, streets, schools, libraries and associations nationwide. The stormy session...
The rights pertaining to houses of worship are one of the core areas of conflict between Muslims and Christians in Egypt and are a source of grievance for many Christians. Sidhum explains the cases of two such cases involving Christians’ legal rights in detail in this article, one from 1923 and the...
The article deals with the issue of the defrocking of priests and monks as 50 clergymen have been defrocked during the past five years, the most recent of whom were two priests in al-Jīza parish who were defrocked for committing financial excesses and violating canon laws.
In his article, Ahmad Ayyoub discusses the upcoming session of the judges trial, the surrounding circumstances and the possible scenarios of the trial.
Tharwat Fathy examines the freedom of journalists in Egypt, given that last month, a Cairo court sentenced Abdel-Nasser al-Zuheiri, a journalist with al-Masri al-Youm, to one year in prison.
The article reports on a modern Islamic study that demands applying capital punishment on anyone who offends the prophet, based on a fatwa issued by the grand imām of the Azhār.


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