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On May 29, 2010, the Supreme Administrative Court obliged Pope Shenouda to allow remarriage of divorced Copts, which triggered clashes between the Coptic Orthodox Church and the judiciary. Counselor Muhammad al-Husīn announced from the judiciary bench, “The sanctity of verdicts prevail over any...
Pope Shenouda III, Patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church, appealed the Supreme Administrative Court ruling that fined him 150 thousand Egyptian Pounds as compensation for Majdī William. Pope Shenouda had refused to implement the court ruling to give William permission for a second marriage. Pope...
This article looks at the Egyptian Court ruling allowing re-marriage, and the Christian Church’s refusal to accept it.
This article highlights a symposium at the Yūnān Labīb Center for Historical Studies, discussing the unified personal status law for non-Muslims.
The author highlights the meeting between Pope Shenouda of Alexandria and Dr. Mufīd Shihāb, the State’s Minister for Parliamentary Councils, to discuss the unified personal status law for Christians in Egypt. 
This article details the Supreme Administrative Court’s final ruling to strip Egyptian men married to Israeli women, and their children, of Egyptian citizenship.
The article speaks about the crisis in Egypt after the remarriage ruling and the escalating tension between the Orthodox Church and the Egyptian government.
Intern Damas Addeh looks back on his unexpected experience at a Coptic demonstration in Cairo that dealt with the issue of divorce and remarriage within the church.
The Supreme Administrative Court issues a final ruling in the case of Copts’ second marriage on May 29.
Even though the Supreme Administrative Court issued a final ruling last March giving Bahā’īs the right to have ID cards and birth certificates with an empty religion field there are still examples of discrimination taking place.

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