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Yasmin Rehman, of the Centre for Secular Space, called the website ‘deeply dangerous’ and called on politicians to take action. He’s promoting inequality and exploitation of women and undermining what marriage is about, and he’s making money out of it.Miss Rehman, a Muslim herself, said: ‘I don’t think he should be allowed to do it.A website designed to help Muslim men find ‘second wives’ in the UK has more than 100,000 users.Polygamy, where a person has more than one spouse, is illegal in the UK, carrying a possible prison sentence of up to seven years.Yesterday, a Daily Mail reporter - who signed up to the site as an 18-year-old woman - was not asked for age verification.They were immediately presented with profiles of local Muslim men aged from 30 to 60.- those are not necessarily good for relationships.Here it’s more honourable.‘We’ve got so many successful marriages and so many women signed up themselves…
Hijab can also be used to refer to the seclusion of women from men in the public sphere, or it may denote a metaphysical dimension, for example referring to "the veil which separates man or the world from God".
(dialectal)) is a veil worn by some Muslim women in the presence of adult males outside of their immediate family, which usually covers the head and chest.
The word ḥijāb in the Quran refers not to women's clothing, but rather a spatial partition or curtain.
Gina Khan, of One Law For All, who herself has been a victim of polygamous marriage, said: ‘The website is disgusting.
It’s a medieval practice for Muslim men who want to commit adultery and they are using religion, it’s an abusive practice.‘It sends a shiver down my spine that this can happen to my daughter.