Skip to comments.'It's honourable': Muslim man behind website that helps married men find second wives...
Posted on 11/10/2017 8:18:36 AM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
The man behind a website to help Muslim men find 'second wives' has insisted the service can 'empower' women.
Azad Chaiwala, from Sunderland, set up SecondWife.com, for the 'small section' of Muslims who are looking to have multiple wives.
Appearing on ITV's This Morning, Mr Chaiwala said his website would discourage women from being mistresses and instead 'empower' them by legitimising the relationship in a way that allows it to be regarded as more than just an affair.
Viewers were shocked by Azed's beliefs, saying he was using the website to justify cheating. One tweeted: 'He says it empowers women... I'd take it more like a slap in the face as the husband is saying "you're not enough for me anymore, you're only half of what I need".'
Polygamy, where a person has more than one spouse, is illegal in the UK, carrying a possible prison sentence of up to seven years.
Such marriages are only recognised if they took place in countries where they are legal. However, there is no law to stop unregistered religious ceremonies taking place.
Mr Chaiwala said he set up the website because he had noticed Muslim men were looking for second wives but didn't know where to find one.....
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These second wives this guy is helping out with...they have two or four legs?
brings up an interesting question. Since he probably gets a commish on each transaction, could he marry off the same gal hundreds of times? Like a rental wife?
What you’re talking about is usually reserved for the ‘fourth wife’ spot... Marry at midnight - divorce at dawn...
Don’t give him ideas. I may start a “rent-a-goat” website myself.
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