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Dr. Nabīl Lūqā Bibāwī is set to defend his Ph.D. thesis on second marriage for Copts next December at Cairo University. The thesis committee consists of Dr. Mahmūd Hamdī Zaqzūq, Dr. Ahmad Fathī Surūr, Pope Shenouda III, and Dr. Hassan ‘Abd al-Bāsit al-Jumay‘ī. Bibāwī claims that the thesis contains...
This article looks at the Egyptian Court ruling allowing re-marriage, and the Christian Church’s refusal to accept it.
Greek Orthodox Bishop Nicola Antonios suggested the Egyptian government consider adopting the Syrian Personal Status Law, given the two countries' historical bindings, cultural similarities, and Muslim-Christian coexistence. In an official statement, Antonios expressed his respect for the law and...
This article deals with the recent issue of the Egypt Court ruling in favor of Coptic re-marriage for specific reasons, although it is not Church approved.
This article deals with the recent Church refusal to accept the Egyptian Court ruling that re-marriage should be granted to divorcees who were divorced within legal bounds.
This is a series of various recent articles with Copts making the headlines.
The Supreme Administrative Court issues a final ruling in the case of Copts’ second marriage on May 29.
This article outlines the difficulties faced by two brothers raised as Christians, but with a Muslim father. The boys’ mother helps them with a lawsuit to keep their religion, but it seems they will be forced to convert to Islam.
Andrew and Mario Ramsis are 15-year-old Christian-born twins whose father converted to Islam two years. The twins rejected officially being considered as Muslims and have fought to remain Christians. On 26 September the Council of State, Egypt’s highest administrative court, will be hear the twin’s...
The article highlights the consequences of the difficulties surrounding divorce and re-marriage in church procedures and the delay in issuing the new personal status law for non-Muslims.


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