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State recognition of Islamic nikah marriages is no way to empower Muslim women

State recognition of Islamic nikah marriages is no way to empower Muslim women

Posted: Wed, 22 Nov 2017 by Sadikur Rahman

Most women in the UK who have Islamic weddings are missing out on their legal rights. The solution to this problem must not lie in the automatic registration of Islamic marriages, argues Sadikur Rahman.

Tags: Islam, Marriage

Sharia reviews and the case for non-accommodation and non-regulation

Sharia reviews and the case for non-accommodation and non-regulation

Posted: Fri, 11 Nov 2016 by Sadikur Rahman

Our legal system cannot be permitted to fracture into parallel codes for different religious groups. Sadikur Rahman writes on how to avoid accommodation with sharia while also protecting the rights and interests of Muslim women.

Tags: Sharia, Marriage, Religious Law, Law

Is it time to separate church and state in marriage?

Is it time to separate church and state in marriage?

Posted: Thu, 13 Dec 2012 by Norman Bonney

The on-going debate over equal marriage has highlighted our outdated and outmoded marriage laws. Is it time for secular reform?

Tags: Church & State, Marriage