Her faith taught her that she was an equal human being who was worthy of respect.He took her rejection of him in his stride and remarried after the separation. He was clever enough not to want a paper trail following him under the country’s laws.The civil law courts under which she should have been protected could not grant it because she had been naïve, foolish, ignorant, or bullied out of her rights, depending on your perspective.Not undergoing a civil ceremony had been one of the biggest mistakes of her life. She fully understood how she had allowed herself to become a victim, but she still wanted a religious end to her religious wedding.
One which will give British Muslim women the right to a civil divorce and a share of matrimonial finances.This would mean Muslims must register religious ceremonies under civil law, just like they do in every Muslim country,” she says.“This change in our law will give British Muslim women the right to a civil divorce and a share of matrimonial finances.Take the case of a friend of a friend who tried to separate from her husband. She paid her own rent, utility bills and living costs, as well as solely providing for her three children who were all under the age of 10.Her peace of mind and happiness were all on hold as she tried to obtain a divorce through the Sharia Council because her husband refused to grant her one.) three times over a period of separation and the divorce is legitimate. She has to go to an Islamic judge in a Muslim country, or a sharia council in non-Muslim countries, to seek a judicial decree on specific grounds to be free.