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 The committee formed to prepare a unified personal status law for non-Muslims has finished its work. The Roman Orthodox and Bahā’īs sent letters to the minister of justice asking to be included in the draft law. A fifth letter was sent by Coptic laymen calling for some amendments in addition to a...
The article talks about he removal of the adoption chapter in the unified personal status law for the Christian denominations.  In his weekly sermon, Pope Shenouda confirms that the Evangelical Church agreed on the removal of the adoption chapter from the draft of the unified personal status law...
    The Egyptian Minister of Endowments says that a new law regulating the building of churches is currently under study and will be drafted in the coming legislative period...      
Hānī Labīb presents a history of the laws adopted by the church and the government to regulate Coptic marriage and divorce.
Divorce issues pose serious problems in many Copts’ private life and are causing a severe conflict between the state and the Coptic Orthodox Church.
Political reform means overall reform with no exceptions and the empowerment of all social classes. The author reports on debates at the People’s Assembly over the representation of women in Parliament and questions why Christians are not represented.
The People’s Assembly finally approved the draft of the new Personal Status law. The government had made important changes on the project before it was approved amending one article and deleting two key articles.
The People’s Assembly finally approved the draft of the new Personal Status law. The government had made important changes on the project before it was approved amending one article and deleting two key articles.
In the weekly seminar for Al-Nidaa’ Al-Gadid [The New Call] organization, the attendees attacked the scholars of Al-Azhar, saying that they adopt a kind of Fiqh [Islamic jurisprudence] called "Fiqh Al-Nakad" [Fiqh of annoyance]. The attendees said that they [the Azhar scholars] aim by it to defend...

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