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The article comments on a Supreme Administrative Court ruling to allow 15 Christians who had converted to Islam and later returned to Christianity to reclaim their legal rights as Christians.
The Supreme Administrative Court ruled last weekend in favor of 15 Christians who had converted to Islam and later reverted to their original Christianity and were officially accepted in the Church, and wished to claim their legal rights as Christians. While Christian public and human and...
The Administrative Judicial Court has rejected 105 out of the 400 lawsuits presented by converts who want to officially re-embrace Christianity.
The article reports on recent verdict of the Supreme Administrative Court that obliges the Ministry of Interior to officially acknowledge the conversion to Christianity on the identity cards of Christian-born converts to Islam.
Shīrīn Rabīc reports on an Iftār banquet organized by a Coptic lawyer and human rights activist in honor of the Islamic thinker and lawyer Yūsuf al-Badrī in celebration of their reconciliation after a short period of tensions between them.
Ḥanān Muḥammad reports on the opinions of Muslim scholars on the issue of whether Ḥadd al-Riddah should be applied to anyone who leaves Islam.
A 25-year-old Muslim man’s conversion to Christianity provokes heated debates and creates uproar in Christian and Muslim communities.
The author discusses the recent cases of Christians who converted to Islam and wish to re-convert to Christianity. He wonders at what point freedom of belief ends and discrimination begins.
The article discusses the triumph of a few Copts who were permitted to re-convert to Christianity, having originally converted to Islam. The author criticizes the double standard in how easy it is to embrace Islam, yet how difficult it is to embrace Christianity.
The Supreme Administrative Court has accepted an appeal filed by hundreds of Christians who had previously converted to Islam and asked to return to Christianity. The Administrative Judiciary Court initially ruled against their right to legally have their re-conversion declared on their official...
The Commissioners Board at the Supreme Administrative Court has rejected to permit Christians who have embraced Islam to revert back to Christianity. It has called to create a distinguishing sign to be written on their identity cards.
The article examines the case of a group of converts to Islam, who have reverted back to Christianity and seek official recognition of their conversion away from Islam, and the problems that they are faced with in doing so.
Hānī Labīb comments on the recitals of the ruling of the Administrative Court in the case of the Muslim convert to Christianity Muhammad Hijāzī who demanded the Egyptian Ministry of Interior mention his new religion in his identity card.
The article discusses the issue of the punishment for apostasy from Islam. The author explains the opinion of the Grand Imam of the Azhar, which he expressed while in a visit to Germany. Dr. Tantawi explained that a Muslim who commits apostasy is not punished until he sets himself as an enemy...
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