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The Alexandria Administrative Judiciary Court adjourned the Two Saints Church case to the November 24 session to notify the president of the republic and chief of intelligence service in their official capacities as adversaries in the case.
The Administrative Court of Alexandria confirmed on Monday that torture in all its forms and at all times, is not a statute of limitations as torture violates human rights.
The Association of Victims of Personal Status for Orthodox Copts rejected lawsuit 28032 filed by Pope Tawāḍrūs which challenges an administrative court’s ruling that compels the Church to permit Christians to marry a second time. The Pope’s lawsuit seeks to nullify the administrative court’s decree...
The day before yesterday the Administrative Judiciary Court in Alexandria delivered a judgment on a citizen to affirm his return to Christianity in his identity card and other official documents after 31 years as a Muslim.
The Muslim perception of Israel in light of the recent Gaza bombardment and the story of the fabled Abū Hasīrah dominate this week’s editorial.
The First Baptist Bible Folk denomination asks Safwat al-Bayādī to respect the court’s judgment and not to interfere in the denomination’s affairs
The elected head of the First Baptist Church has filed a lawsuit against the head of the Protestant Community Council Dr. Safwat al-Bayādī for making Rev. Mamdūh Murād Zakhārī the head of the Baptist Church.
The Administrative Court in Alexandria canceled the governor’s ruling to remove buildings that belonged to the Coptic Orthodox Church in Alexandria.
The Alexandria Administrative Court ruled the cancellation of the decision of the former Minister of Information banning three presenters from appearing on TV with their veils on. [Similar news item was published by al-Wafd on July 6, 2005, p.1, al-Akhbār on July 6, 2005, p.18, al-Liwā’ al-Islāmī...
The Administrative Judiciary Court of Alexandria cancelled the celebration of the mulid of the Jewish rabbi Abu Hasera and annulled a decree from the Minister of Culture, which considered the tomb of Abu Hasera to be one of the Egyptian Coptic and Islamic monuments. It also refused to allow the...
Since the setback of June 1967, the Al-Ahram paper has lost its credibility in covering Egypt’s internal affairs. 760 repentant Muslim extremists were released but stories of torture committed by police to extract confessions are frequently coming back.
Major General, Habib Al-Adly, Minister of Interior, ordered questioning 13 police officers in Alexandria for committing acts of brutal torture against a citizen.
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