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Shaykh Jābir Ṭāyiʿ, head of the religious sector, stated that the Awqāf Ministry (Religious Endowments) sets some conditions for preachers who use the pulpits [minbar]. These conditions include being an Azharian (al-Azhar graduate) or holding a license from the Ministry of al-Awqāf.
The Fifth Circuit of the Supreme Administrative Court, led by judge ʿAbd al-Raḥman Saʿd, decided to postpone a ruling in an appeal case that was put forward against a decision by the Egyptian Government that outlawed the demolition of the Rashīd Church. 
v. Fr. Lūqā Asʿad, bishop of the Church of the Virgin Mary in Rashīd, Buḥayra governorate, has called on the Supreme Constitutional Court to decide on the lawsuit filed by the church acting on behalf of Pope Tawādrūs II, Bishop Bākhūmiyyūs, bishop of Buḥayra, Maṭrūḥ, and the five western cities,...
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 has issued a decision that grants churches the same immunity granted for mosques by establishing the jurisprudence that prohibits the destruction of churches and requires restoration as alternative. The Court’s ruling came on the ground that churches, like...
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 author reports on a lawsuit filed by the lawyer of the Patriarchate of the Coptic Orthodox Church in Alexandria against the governor and other figures responsible for destroying a building that belongs to the church under allegedly false claims of containing violations.
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.


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