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The author reviews the opinions of university professors about the enactment of an international law criminalizing any assaults on the Muslim faith in particular or divine religions in general.
The Azhar has agreed in principle on the new amendment that allows the Egyptian judiciary to sue those who scorn religion abroad.
The article reports on a modern Islamic study that demands applying capital punishment on anyone who offends the prophet, based on a fatwa issued by the grand imām of the Azhār.
Islamist MPs ask for reforming some articles in the Emergency Law, with the aim of making the punishment those who defame religions and holy books receive more severe. They introduced an information request to the Prime Minister and the Grand Imam concerning disdaining religious sacredness.
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