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The Administrative Court ruling which grants a license to remarry is unconstitutional for it violates Article 46 of the Constitution which guarantees the freedom of belief and it contravenes the Coptic Orthodox doctrine.
The author argues that men of religion, lawyers, and less-educated people have become Egyptian society’s decision-makers and its new intellectual elite. They are an influential force that shapes the mind of the average citizen on the issues of conversion and Muslim-Christian relations.
Statements by Dutch Bishop Tiny Muskens on a Dutch TV program on the use of the name Allah and God by Muslims and Christians. Sāmih Fawzī believes there is a need to enact a law that regulates the issue of conversion.
Recently, there have been several calls for an administrative change in the Coptic Orthodox Church. A member of the Community Council announced that the church has formed a committee to discuss the proposed changes and amendments. The following lines will present different clergy and laymen’s...
Defrocked Coptic Orthodox clergymen blame Pope Shenouda and influential bishops for receiving bribes and discriminating against the poor, yet church figures deny the allegations and stress the church’s decency.
The issue of minor Christian girls who disappear took a new course last week when Counselor Najīb Jibrāʾīl submitted a legal memorandum to the general prosecutor about the issue.
There is no legislative standard in determining who is granted custody of the children in case of the parents’ divorce as a result of the father’s conversion. Similar cases are treated on a different basis with different results. An Egyptian lawyer said the situation was menacing sectarian sedition...
The article is a continuation in a series of articles thatdiscuss the problem of the Christian-born twins, Mario and Andrew, whose father’s conversion to Islam forced them to be registered as Muslims against their will.
The press continues its investigations into the case of Muḥammad Aḥmad Ḥijāzī, an Egyptian citizen who has converted to Christianity. He has filed the first ever lawsuit to formally prove that he has become a Christian by changing his ID and other official papers. A broad range of opinions and...
Muḥammad Aḥmad Ḥijāzī, an Egyptian citizen who converted to Christianity has filed a case to officially prove his Christian status under Egyptian law. In the first case of its kind in Egypt, Ḥijāzī is attempting to formally change his identity card and other official papers.


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