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About sharing image captionMuslim berkw say there is still a cultural pressure for South Asian women victims of polygamy to "accept this is their lot" When Dr Zabina Shahian married Pervez Choudhry she thought he would be the man with whom she would settle down for the rest of her life and start a family. But she did not know the former Conservative party leader on Slough Borough Council was still married.
Choudhry, 54, who claimed he did not realise the marriage in Pakistan was legally valid in the UK, was given a community order after admitting bigamy. A "devastated" Dr Shahian now wants to help other women who are victims of polygamous marriages - a practice a leading family lawyer says is "rife" within the British Muslim community.
The GP, in her 40s from Erdington in Birmingham, spent more than two years and thousands of pounds gathering evidence against Choudhry. The investigations, which involved a private detective, revealed Choudhry married his first "arranged" wife inwith whom he had three children but never legally divorced.
But Dr Shahian, who did not want her picture published, realises she was lucky, as a career woman, to have been able to afford the detective fees and also to have support from her family breks go through with the prosecution. However she said some members of her local South Asian Muslim community were less understanding. I feel like I've committed a crime here although I'm the victim.
It is impregnated into our culture. The Choudhry bigamy case was unusual, as more commonly the actions of Muslim men who take more than one wife are not answerable under UK law. Polygamy 'widespread' This is because they are able to avoid having their second or third marriages registered in the UK by having a Nikah ceremony instead - an Islamic non-registered marriage contract not recognised under British law.
For a Nikah wedding to be recognised in the UK, the marriage needs to have an accompanying civil ceremony.
Dr Ghayasuddin Siddiqui, director of think tank The Muslim Institute, said men could exploit the "cruel loophole" of the Nikah, allowing them to have more than one wife under Islamic law but not having to register the marriage in the UK, which means the woman would have no spousal rights if the marriage were to fail. Leading family solicitor Annemarie Hutchinson, who represents Muslim women, said no official statistics were available but that Dr Shahian ed thousands of Muslim women in the UK who were victims of polygamous marriages.
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A Muslim Marriage Working Group, set up by the Ministry of Justice, met on Monday for the first time to identify the issues "some Muslim women experience when they do not have a legally registered marriage", according to a spokesman. But combating a cultural pressure on some Muslim women is difficult, says Dr Siddiqui.
Polygamy "is so widely spread they don't blame men having a second wife or a third or fourth wife," he said. He did not think there were many polygamous marriages in the UK but "condemned" the actions of men who flout the polygamy rules. He also described as cha the "cultural pressures" that prevent women standing up for justice.