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A new problem has emerged in Egypt in recent days. It is about the freedom of Christian women in general to change their religion to Islam and the consequent possibility of marriage to a Muslim and the transition from a Christian family to a Muslim family. This is the background of tensions...
A report by the Persian language unit at Al-Azhar Observatory for Combating Extremism highlighted the struggles of female breadwinners in Afghanistan.
Dr. Īhāb Ramzī, a member of the Legislative Committee of the House of Representatives, stated that his suggestion to divide the ʿIsmah between husbands and wives was not new and that his intention was merely to simplify the steps of the current khulʿ.
Media figure Ibrāhīm ʿĪsa praised the Egyptian movie ‘I Raised My Eyes to the Sky,’ directed by Ayman al-Amīr and Nadā Rīyāḍ, which also won the L'Œil d'Or, or the Golden Eye, award for Best Documentary at the 77th Cannes Film Festival.
Grand Muftī of Egypt, Dr. Shawqī ʿAllām, said women’s taking of leading positions is permissible according to the sharīʿa, which does not consider gender but rather efficiency and professionalism in accomplishing work.
Wives, according to the text of Article 1 Law No. 25/1920, are entitled to receive their sharīʿa rights of nafaqa (alimony) from their husbands starting from the date of the marriage contract. This includes provisions for food, clothing, housing, and medical expenses.
Family difficulties often result in unfortunate consequences, particularly affecting children who bear the brunt of family instability, especially when fathers use financial means to exact revenge on their wives.
Shaykh Khālid al-Jamāl, a preacher at the Ministry of Awqāf (religious endowments), praised the idea of the program Nūr al-Dīn (Light of Religion) by Dr. ʿAlī Jumʿa, the former grand muftī of Egypt, and said the senior scholar touched on several important topics.
A Coptic researcher has criticized the lack of representation of women and Christians in the Bar council following its 2024 elections.
President of the National Council for Women, Dr. Māyā Morsī, participated in the Egyptian Family Celebration organized by the Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate under the leadership of Pope Tawāḍrūs, which carried the slogan “Family Health = Community Health.”  


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