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Shaykh Yūsuf al-Badrī rules that demonstrations and strikes are religiously prohibited and nonsense.
Muslim scholars assert that demonstrations of sabotage and protests which harm the country and the people’s interests are religiously forbidden.
Shaykh Yūsuf al-Badrī has filed a complaint to the general prosecutor’s office against an Evangelical church’s monthly magazine, accusing it of offending Islam and Muslims.
Īmān Kāmil reports on the dispute that has erupted between Muslim scholars over the permissibility of divorce via SMS or e-mail.
In the continuing verbal onslaught between Shaykh Yūsuf al-Badrī and Dr. Suād Sālah, al-Badrī has submitted a complaint to the shaykh of the Azhar and claims that the shaykh has promised to investigate the issue.
The Ministry of Health is preparing a draft law on organizing the nursing craft in expectations of prohibiting nurses from wearing the niqāb during work.
Shaykh Yūsuf al-Badrī describes the Bahā’īs as murtadds who should be imprisoned.
The conservative cleric Yūsuf al-Badrī has requested that the Islamic Dā‘iyah Su‘ād Sālih publicly repent over three fatwás concerning her stances toward artists, as well as her rejection of divorce via SMS.
Although the Azhar has refused to acknowledge the Bahā’ī faith in Egypt, a recent court verdict has allowed Bahā’īs to put a ‘dash’ in the religion data box of identity cards.
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.


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