గ్యాంగ్‌స్టర్‌ అబూసలేంతో పెళ్ళి జరిపించాలని కోర్టుకెళ్ళిన యువతి

గ్యాంగ్‌స్టర్‌ అబూసలేంతో పెళ్ళి జరిపించాలని కోర్టుకెళ్ళిన యువతి

గ్యాంగ్‌స్టర్‌ అబూసలేంతో తనకు పెళ్ళి జరిపించాలని కోరుతూ పాతికేళ్ళ ఓ యువతి కోర్టును ఆశ్రయించింది. అతనితో పెళ్ళి జరిపించకపోతే ఆత్మహత్య చేసుకుంటానని కూడా బెదిరించింది. వినడానికి విడ్డూరంగాను, విచిత్రంగాను ఉన్నా… ఈ కేసు ఇప్పుడు ముంబైలో సంచలనంగా మారింది. వివరాల్లోకి వెళితే…

సయ్యద్‌ బహర్‌ కౌసర్‌ అనే పాతికేళ్ళ యువతి థానే జిల్లాలోని మంబ్రా ప్రాంతంలో నివాసం ఉంటోంది. కొంతకాలం క్రితం ఆమె ఇంట్లోకి…

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#235ShaadiFM Wedding

The long awaited wedding ceremony of Mehdi and Fareeha came to fruition with friends and family joined together in a mini family reunion. The couple looked happy as they were in the spotlight with everyone admiring them. May you guys live long and prosper in the this new journey of life together.

naimtzara asked:

Dear sister, what do you think about a woman who doesn't have any intention to get married ? is it a wrong things? of course she has a feeling and heart for someone but she already give in all her love and affection to her Lord and she just promised to herself to obey Allah SWT for her whole life

The four sunnahs of all Prophet AS are Haya, miswaak, fragrance and nikkah…
If you want to live a happy life full of ibadah then do nikah and get married soon because nikha completes half your deen and protects you from many sins… :)

BRITAIN’s first Muslim ‘sharia’ judge declares: “We can’t ask Muslims NOT to have more than one wife” The righteous will get their day in sharia court and all their wives will be on welfare Britain’s first female sharia law judge has issued a brazen warning that flies in the face of UK law, stating that the “government cannot ask Muslims not to have more than one wife”.The news comes on the back of a report by the Times newspaper which claims that Britain is experiencing a “surge” in Sharia marriages, as young British Muslims adopt a more hardline religious stance than their parents. Muslim Arbitration Tribunals, colloquially known as Sharia courts, have existed in the United Kingdom since 1996, when the Arbitration Act began to allow for different religious laws to be applied in cases such as divorce. While the tribunals are supposed to work within UK law, recent reports suggest that young Muslims are not registering their marriages with the government under UK civil law, instead simply using nikha ceremonies, which can lead to men having a number of wives, and none of the legal responsibility towards them usually afforded to spouses under the 1949 Marriage Act. Now, Amra Bone, who is the UK’s first female Sharia council judge, has said that “the government cannot — ask Muslims not to have more than one wife. People have a right to decide for themselves,” implying that British Muslims are free to operate outside UK law, as a rule unto themselves and the Sharia courts they feel are legitimate. Muslim women who enter into marriage in Islamic ceremonies are often duped into thinking that the marriage under Islamic law is enough to protect them under UK law. As such, they receive none of the usual protections under UK law, such as assets being divided in cases of divorce. ""The growth in a parallel marriage system that bypassed the register office was being driven by Muslims aged below 30, who were becoming more religious, she said. Other factors include finding a way around the expectation of no sex before marriage and a fear of British family courts, which presume that assets should be split equally.""