She points out that it is the literalism Salafi Muslims who advocate polygamy today.According to Zorgati they want to live as the first generations of Muslims did and looking back to what they define as “authentic” Islam.He said: 'It puts a person in huge peril because they are not allowed to claim, as a partner, on his estate.It is not acceptable and puts individuals very much at risk, it puts them at a huge disadvantage.'The modern-day version of looking for a second wife is disrespectful to women, and it is not using the Islamic teaching in a fair way.Morgan said: 'There will be a lot of people in this country saying "well hang on, we don’t have Sharia law here, we don’t have multiple wives for husbands.Muslima has helped thousands of Muslim singles find their match.Chaiwala's problem was that he was finding it difficult to find a second wife.Prior to their arranged marriage, Chaiwala had made it clear to his first wife — to whom he is still married — that she would not be his one and only.
Unlike other online dating sites our site is purely for those seeking Muslim singles for marriage in a manner that adheres to the Islamic rules on courtship.
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fit=300,200" data-large-file="https://i2com/norwaytoday.info/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/tb09f189.jpg? fit=1024,683" / The global dating service has been translated into Norwegian, promoting itself as “a specialist in Muslim partner match making and marriage,” writes the newspaper Vårt Land.
In addition to questions about how often one reads the Quran and if you eat halal food, there is also a question about polygamy.
The web-site has more than 15,000 Norwegian profiles, and 778 of them have checked that they are open to polygamy, while 897 have selected the option “may accept polygamy,” the newspaper said.
– The Quran allows men to have many wives, but the criteria is strict: The spouses shall be treated equally.