Abu Hasira: A court ruling banned the Jewish celebration in Egypt

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The Supreme Administrative Court in Egypt upheld a previous ruling, prohibiting the holding of a celebration for the birth of a Jewish rabbi in the Beheira governorate in Egypt’s northern delta.

The court ordered the tomb in which the rabbi was buried to be removed from the list of Islamic and Coptic antiquities, and it also rejected a request to transfer his remains to Israel.

The previous ruling was issued by the Administrative Court in Alexandria, six years ago.

The Supreme Administrative Court rejected the appeal filed by the Egyptian government, as the administrative body, so that the previous ruling becomes final and irrevocable.





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