On the 16th of February, Egypt’s Supreme Court was set to deliver a final verdict on whether Egyptian Baha’is can obtain ID cards. But instead of issuing a verdict, the presiding judge stepped down, which was a clear indication that the case will continue to drag on in court.

Dr. Basma Moussa informs us that yesterday, and after the Islamist lawyers who launched the appeal delivered anti-Baha’i statements, the case was postponed (and for the eighth time) to the 16th of March.

Egyptian media outlets have covered the case of Egyptian Baha’is extensively, and below is a report that was compiled by Hayat TV.

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