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The author discusses several issues surrounding the Abū Fānā monastery incident. These include the golden mobile phone presented to Hassānayn by the pope, the past conversion of an Abū Fānā monastery monk to Islam, and the opinions of Hassānayn regarding the governor of Minia and Ihāb Ramzī.
A convert’s lawyer blames the Azhar for not taking procedures to reveal medical and mental facts behind certain people’s will to convert to Islam.
Shukrī reports on three different issues related to Muslim-Christian relations. First he comments on the ruling regarding Christians who converted to Islam and now want to re-embrace Christianity. Secondly he comments on a Muslim that was killed by a Copt in Alexandria and finally he mentions the...
Christian converts to Islam who re-embraced Christianity and were given the right to change their religion on official papers back to Christianity are complaining on a daily basis that the Ministry of Interior does not approve the court ruling, allegedly because of the involvement of some...
The public prosecutor has launched an appeal on behalf of Camilia Lutfī to change the 2008 court ruling that granted her husband custody of their children.
The Supreme Administrative court has decided to postpone the hearing in the case of Christian born individuals who converted to Islam and then reconverted to Christianity.
Pope Shenouda III of the Coptic Orthodox Church calls on the Egyptian first lady to intervene to end the problem of converts who want to re-embrace Christianity at governmental institutes.
Watani International tells the story of a custody battle between two divorced parents. The story was further complicated by the fact that the child’s father converted to Islam.
The minister of education has announced that the 14 year old Christian twins Andrew and Mario do not have to sit an Islamic education exam.
Sāmih Fawzī discusses Egypt’s emigration problem, the need for greater transparency and Coptic expatriates. He also calls on Christians to be active players in Egyptian society andbelieves that in the modern age socio-economic factors are more of a uniting force than religion.


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