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Muḥammad al-Bāz discusses the Coptic unified personal status law that was prepared in 1978 but has never been certified. al-Bāz believes that the law will increase the sufferings of Copts as it will close the door to divorce and will leave Copts, who have problems in their marital lives, with only...
Another Coptic teenager disappears. Her family accused a Muslim young man of kidnapping the girl. The father said that the minutes he signed at the police station had been falsified, and that after he had signed they added his alleged acknowledgment of a love relationship between his daughter and...
Arab-West Report responds to media claims that Dr. Hamdi Zakzouk called for the death penalty for apostates from Islam.
Critique on IGMF in Frankfurt saying that Dr. Hamdi Zaqzouq “defends the application of the death penalty for people who convert from Islam to Christianity” Emotional debates and sensitive stories on conversions in Egypt. The secretary of Pope Benedict expressing his fear about the Islamization of...
Michael Munīr will meet with a leading NDP member, during his visit to Cairo, to discuss with him issues of concern to the Copts and believes that the laymens’ demands are legitimate.
Although Coptic lawyer Mamdūḥ Naklah is apparently concerned with Coptic issues, he has been accused of trading on Copts’ problems and of inciting the U.S. against the Egyptian regime.
Further incidents of sectarian sedition arise in al-Fayyūm following the destruction of a wall. Debates have been raised as to if the original building at the center of the controversy had been a church, or a school.
The author discusses the issue of books in Egypt spreading the ideal of sedition. He questions why these books are permitted to be published, and stresses the damage that this causes to the principles of citizenship.
The article presents the views of some intellectuals and Islamic scholars on the issue of Christians who converted to Islam and then decided to return to Christianity for personal and worldly factors.
Samīr Marqus summarizes a lecture he had delivered about religion in international relations, and sheds light on the Vatican Document, believing that understanding the document requires digging deeper in the socio-political background of the Catholic Church.

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