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Table Of Contents

I. Summary and Introduction
Egyptian Law and International Law
Shari`a and Egypt’s Plural Legal System
Religious Conversion
Remedies
II. Recommendations
To the government of Egypt
III. Religious and National Identity in Egypt
Identity Documents and Religion
“Recognized” Religions and Public Order
Conversion from Islam and Public Order
Freedom of Religion, Shari`a, and Public Order
The Computerization Deadline
IV. Egypt’s Baha’is and the Policy of Erasure
V. Conversion and Freedom of Religion
VI. No Return: Official Obstacles to Re-converting to Christianity
VII. In the Name of the Father: Involuntary “Conversions”
VIII. Freedom of Religion and Human Rights Law
International Standards
Freedom of Religion and Egyptian Law
Methodology
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Prohibited Identities in Egypt: State Interference with Religious Freedom

Prohibited Identities in Egypt: State Interference with Religious Freedom

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