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The Administrative Court decided to withdraw the license of Al-Nabaa newspaper for publishing material against the foundations of Egyptian society: religion, family, and national ethics.
Tomorrow the Egyptian Administrative Court is to end the controversy about Al-Nabaa newspaper. It will also look into two cases filed by Mamdouh Mahran. In the first he tries to override a verbal ruling by the Minister of Interior prohibiting the press house from operating and in the second he...
Egyptian Administrative Court ruled that archpriest Salib Matta Sawerus, member of the Milli Council, has the right to enter elections in the fourth district in Shoubra El-Kheima. He feels that Pope Shenouda giving him permission to enter the elections expresses his conviction that Copts should be...
The Egyptian Administrative Judgment Court will look into a lawsuit raised against the Minister of Interior and the Coptic Council of Churches accusing them of dishonesty in the last Maglis El-Milli elections.
The Maglis El-Milli asked six of its members to conduct a study on sectarian strife incidents and report back to the political establishment. The study was titled "The Coptic issue in Egypt." It reported about the Hamayouni Edict, the Coptic presence in representational councils and assignment to...
Azhar scholars were asked about the role of debating religion in the peace process and how it could serve to stop blood shed in Jerusalem. Dr. Abdel- Mo’ti Bayoumi said that religious debate is still trying to establish itself and that religions should debate among themselves to stop this assault...
Two challenges were filed against the Minister of Interior and against Pope Shenouda in his capacity as the Head of the Maglis El-Milli. The two challenges regarded the elections of the Maglis El-Milli having serious legal contraventions that would lead to the invalidity of the election results.
Lawyer Mamdouh Nakhla filed a lawsuit against the Minister of Education, appealing against the minister not taking a decision concerning teaching Coptic History in schools.
Lawyer Mamdouh Nakhla filed a lawsuit to oblige the Prime Minister to allocate 300 million pounds a year to support the finances of the Coptic Church, similar to the state’s support for the Azhar.
Pastor Shawqi Nabaeh Istas brought the head of the Free Methodist Churches Council and the head of the Evangelical church before the Court of Administrative Justice. Istas wants to cancel the decision taken to depose him and freeze his membership of the General council.

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