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Love is the reason behind the phenomenon of Christian girls’ conversion to Islam such as the case of Marian Majdī al-Jūnī, the 21 year-old who disappeared last year.
The author considers reform in Islam, outlining the inhibiting stance that many Western countries adopt regarding reform in the Islamic world. The era of ‘political correctness’ has led many to blindly ignore violations of human rights in the hope of maintaining a level of correctness while not...
Disagreements about the constitutional amendments did not cause a rift between Muslims and Christians who have a deep-rooted relationship and have been living in fraternity and peace throughout the years.
This press review presents a summary of a series of articles published in Rose al-Yūsuf. Hānī Labīb writes about the history of the relationship between the pope as the head of the Coptic Orthodox Church, and the president of the Republic of Egypt from the mandate of Jamāl ‘Abd al-Nāsir until the...
The authors stress that misguided media reporting often only serves to further tensions, particularly in cases of sectarian strife. They urge individuals to not only critically consider what is published, but if incorrect information is presented as factual evidence, to do something about it.
Fahmī Huwaydī believes that debates over the second article of the Constitution have left a negative impact on Muslim-Coptic relations. He denounces requests made by key church figures about changing this article, believing they aim to removing Islam from public life in Egypt which has provoked...
The Ministry of Interior has not applied the laws regulating conversion to Islām since 2004. Consequently, all conversions that have taken place since then are invalid. The father of a converted teenager raises this question in his lawsuit against the minister of interior, minister of justice, and...
CIDT answers questions from the Australian Refugee Review Tribunal concerning the forced conversion of Copts to Islām in Egypt.
The author says that since changing the second article of the Constitution, which acknowledges Islam as the religion of the state and the main source of legislation, has been ruled out, Copts have to accept the fait accompli.
The article tells the story of a criminal in Minya who has been forging false IOU notes. He used the notes to blackmail his victims into paying him significant amounts of money. At the end of the article, the author asks the audience to consider why most of his victims are Copts.

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