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Hānī Labīb comments on the Rose al-Yūsuf file that was published on the occasion of the Coptic Christmas. The file was devoted to Coptic issues and contained interviews with clergymen and Coptic figures. Labīb hails the file as a valuable document.
The author looks at the status of the Baha’ī religion in Egypt and comments on the effects that this status can have on individuals.
The Administrative Judicial Court has rejected 105 out of the 400 lawsuits presented by converts who want to officially re-embrace Christianity.
The article reports on recent verdict of the Supreme Administrative Court that obliges the Ministry of Interior to officially acknowledge the conversion to Christianity on the identity cards of Christian-born converts to Islam.
The following article presents an introduction to the debate about the freedom of religion and conversion in Egypt, focusing on legal cases of conversions, specifically changing one’s religious identity on identification cards.
The article discusses the Egyptian Declaration of Citizenship Rights and highlights the new draft law for houses of worship that the author hopes will reach parliament.
A former deputy of the secretary-general of the dissolved Azhar Scholars Front, Dr. Yahyá Hablūsh, has launched a Web site from Kuwait, claiming that it is a step toward reviving the front.
Samīr Marqus discusses the social reality in Egypt, the Coptic file, citizenship and the laws and rulings issued regarding building churches in Egypt at the present time.
The Supreme Administrative Court has extended procedures on the appeal lodged by a number of born-Christians who converted temporarily to Islam until January 12. They have appealed against a previous ruling that prohibited having Christianity listed in their official papers.
The article discusses the controversy of issuing Max Michel Ḥannā an identity card listing him as a bishop.


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