Egypt Court Upholds Christian Conversion
By MAGGIE MICHAEL
Associated Press Writer
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- Egypt's highest civil court ruled Saturday that 12 Coptic Christians who had converted to Islam could return to their old faith, ending a yearlong legal battle over the predominantly Muslim state's tolerance for conversion.
The court overturned an April 2007 ruling by a lower court that forbade the 12 Muslims from returning to Christianity on the grounds that Islamic law would consider that apostasy...
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