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The Department of Market Control of the Egyptian stock market decided to prevent Christians from investing in shares in Faysal Islamic Bank.
Faysal Islamic Bank annuls Christian dealings with the bank. Christians who have bought shares in the bank are asked to sell them back, as the bank’s law indicates that no non Muslim has the right to own shares or be involved in any kind of deals with the bank.
Hāzim Munīr asserts that prohibiting non-Muslims from dealing with Faysal Islamic Bank is religious discrimination and consequently a violation of the Egyptian Constitution.
Sulaymān Jawdah denounces the exclusion of Copts from trade of the Faysal Islamic Bank, and warns of the dangerous impacts of isolating Copts from public life in Egypt. He mentions that the standard system of Faysal Islamic Bank violates the Egyptian Constitution and calls for an urgent...
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