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This article outlines 3 reasons why it is difficult to include Coptic Christians fully into the Egyptian political system. The first is the fact that there is little political participation by Copts within the government. There are seats reserved for women within the parliament, but this same...
In an interview with al-Maydān, Father Marqus ‘Azīz criticizes Islam as calling for violence. He also criticizes what he considered maltreatment against of Copts in Egypt.
‘Ulā Mustafá ‘Āmir writes about the new adoption law for non-Muslims.
The author casts light on the issue of removing the religion field from the personal ID card and its effects on the civilian society.
Mamdūh Ramzī, in this interview with al-Wafd, talks about his request to form a committee for Christian law to represent the Copts in the Syndicate of Lawyers. In addition, he describes the Muslim-Christian relationship as fragile and fake.
This article sheds light on the Bahā’īs’ New Year celebration which coincided with them receiving a court ruling that will allow them to leave the religious column empty in their official papers.
The article presents oppositions against a recent legislation that aims at amending the Child Law.
Dr. Zaynab Radwān, the deputy speaker of the Egyptian People’s Assembly created heated debates in Egypt when she stated that a woman’s testimony in court is equal to that of man and that the non-Muslim wife of a Muslim husband should enjoy the same rights to inherit from her husband. The...
The article discusses the emergence of a trend to file lawsuits, in which the plaintiffs demand either official recognition of their belief, as in the case of the Bahā’īs, or the right to convert from one religion to another.
The Alexandria Forensic Medical Authority, Department of Forgery Research, has stated that Andrew and Mario’s father’s signature on a document that shows that he decided not to convert to Islam is genuine. His wife hopes that she might now to be able to receive a verdict on the custody of their...

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