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Writing in 1999 for al-Usbūʿ newspaper, Hānī Zayyāt and Muṣṭafā Sulaymān expressed the
On March 16 the Supreme Administrative Court passed a ruling allowing Bahā’īs to leave the religion field on their official documents blank. The ruling marks the end of a five year battle on the part of the Bahā’īs but has unfortunately been marred by sectarian events that took place against them a...
The review deals with the issue of the Bahā’ī faith in Egypt amidst a tug-of -war between supporters of the Egyptian Bahā’īs’ right to have their faith openly registered in their identity cards and those denying them any rights and terming them as infidels or apostates.
The review deals with the issue of the Bahā’ī faith in Egypt in the light of a recent court ruling allowing their religion to be included in official documents like identity cards, passports or birth certificates, amidst an outcry from the Azhar and several intellectuals.
Some hidden facts about Baha’i faith and its history that reveals Zionism and American support to its leaders and followers.
The Bahai is not an Islamic sect. Any Muslim joins it is to be considered an apostate. An apostate is a person who renounces Islam to follow another religion. Fiqh scholars collectively agreed that an apostate should be killed if he insists on renouncing Islam.
Shoura Council Speaker Safwat al-Sharīf has received an official notice from lawyer Nabīh al-Wahsh calling for denying the Bahā’is any chance to set up a political party in Egypt.
Bahā’īs are prohibited from joining political parties, running in any elections and partaking in any political activities lest this should open a can of worms with the national various political and religious powers.
Sixteen members of the Baha’i group were arrested in a village in Upper Egypt. They are accused of apostasy of the real Islam and therefore should not be treated as Muslims. The Mufti stressed the necessity of applying the doctrinal punishment for apostasy to the Baha’i group.
Bahais are no longer satisfied with the life they are leading, hiding their beliefs. They turned up at Rose El-Youssef with a list of special requests. They might have planned this so they could show up formally and declare their active presence. They have mixed origins, some were Christians and...
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