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In the article, two Christian sisters named Shādīyah and Bahīyah, 36 and 34 years olds, have found that they are officially recorded as Muslims as their father had temporarily converted to Islam in 1964.
AWR visited Father Mattá to hear about the sectarian violence in Jabal al-Tayr, Minia. Al-Miṣrī al-Yawm interviewed Bishop Bīshūy, General Secretary of the Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church.
Subḥī Mujāhid reports on the Fatwá Committee at the Azhar’s refusal to recognize Coptic lawyer and human rights activist Counselor Najīb Jibrā’īl’s demand to not allow Coptic minors under the age of 21 to change their religion.
The appeal court annulled its previous ruling of giving custody of Andrew and Mario to their Muslim father. If it is officially proved that the father denounced his Islam, re-converted to Christianity and then re-embraced Islam, then he will not have the right to have the custody of his kids.
In the article the author comments on what he sees as the changes in Egyptian society in recent decades.
The article focuses on the custody battle taking place over two Christian born children whose father has converted to Islam. The Christian mother’s lawyers state that the father has been manipulating religions.
The article describes the outcomes of a recent seminar in which a number of Muslim scholars discussed the application of Riddah in Islam.
The article narrates a story of a former Catholic priest who converted to Islam, adopted the Islamic name of Idrīs Tawfīq, and became an Islamic Dā‘yah.
Two university law professors have proposed a law to establish the procedures for converting from one religion to another.
The article discusses the alleged disappearance of Coptic girls, criticizing the difficulties that parents face in being able to file a legal document to report their daughter’s disappearance.

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