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Background: This is an interview with Shaykh al-ʾAmīn ʿUthmān al-ʾAmīn the Muftī of Eritrea. He graduated from the Azhar University in Cairo, and was then sent as an envoy from the Azhar to Eritrea. He worked as a teacher in the Religious Institute in Eritrea. After that, he became a judge in...
This article outlines the difficulties faced by two brothers raised as Christians, but with a Muslim father. The boys’ mother helps them with a lawsuit to keep their religion, but it seems they will be forced to convert to Islam.
The Christian mother embroiled in a lawsuit with her ex-husband over the custody of their two children has claimed that she will not give custody of her children over to her Muslim husband.
The problems resulting from Muslim- Christian marriages do not end even after a divorce.
After her first baby, Muná Mahmūd, an Egyptian Muslim, discovered that her husband was Christian and that he had been deceiving her the whole time by pretending to be a Muslim.
Although the fatwa of Dr. Ali Jum‘a permits non-Muslim mothers to get custody of their Muslim children regardless of their age, many jurists refuse to allow children over the age of seven to remain with their mothers.
The author of the article refers to a few incidents between Copts and Muslims and wonders whether Egypt is a civil or a religious state.
The court transfers the custody of children from a Christian mother to her husband who converted to Islam.
Some Azhar clerics react to the issue of disputed child custody between a Christian mother and her husband who converted to Islam.
The Egyptian church is refusing a court ruling allowing a Christian, who converted to Islam, to have custody of his children in favor of their Christian mother, appealing to top Muslim clerics to intervene.


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