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The Egyptian Right to Life Movement announced today that its claim has been approved by the Administrative Court, and eventually the approval to file a lawsuit against the Coptic Orthodox Church. In a press statement disclosed to Copts United, the claimant Ashraf Anīs, founder of the Right to Life...
Ashraf Anīs, Member of the Association the right to life,  and the first person who resigned from the Coptic Orthodox Church stated that ruling of the Administrative Court to allow him to resign from the Orthodox Church, based on the decision of the church,  is an acknowledgment that resigning from...
Despite the continuous meetings between the three major Orthodox, Evangelical and Catholic churches to reach an agreement on the personal status law of Egyptian Christians, sources have revealed that there is still disagreement among the three denominations because each church insists on certain...
The crisis of remarriage in the Coptic Orthodox Church surfaced again but this time with more violent steps on the part of seekers of remarriage licenses after they announced that they "resigned" from the Orthodox denomination but would not join another.
  A church source has revealed that Pope Shenouda III, head of the Coptic Orthodox Church, is currently examining the crisis of collective resignations from the Orthodox denomination, initiated by the Right to Live Movement at the end of last week.  
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