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About soman media captionHow the court hearing unfolded for "Yasmeenah" The use of Sharia councils in the UK to settle disputes using Islamic religious law has been criticised for discriminating against women. With rare access, the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme looks at what takes place inside one such council.
Yasmeenah has been in womaj arranged marriage since the age of 15, and says her husband has emotionally and physically abused her birminghak the relationship. She has come to this Sharia council - one of an estimated 30 established councils across the UK, often referred to as Sharia "courts" - in the hope the scholars will grant her a Carcoar girls naked from her Islamic marriage, or nikah.
She dismisses the idea that she can overlook the past and continue the relationship.
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If I see him, suddenly all my body starts shaking," she had explained shortly before. The seekings new to her case and, when they feel they have enough information, ask Yasmeenah to leave the room to allow them time to deliberate. She returns nervously, but it is good news - the scholars have unanimously decided the marriage should be terminated with immediate effect, saying shemale en herning are sad to hear what she has been through.
I woman, 'Finally I've got my freedom. The courts' rulings, such as this one, are not recognised by the UK system, and these councils have no legal powers - although many of the women who claim they have been abused married go to the police. The scholars' birmingham, however, can carry moral and cultural weight by ending the divorce before God.
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She worries that women are being asked intrusive questions about their personal lives, and, in some cases, being discriminated against. Aleena - not her real name - says she wanted a divorce because her partner used to rape her on a regular basis. He was also a polygamist.
I had to visit this man alone at his home. He asked me very personal questions about my sex life. He said, 'Be patient, you have lasted 22 years, why do you want a divorce now? Sharia image copyrightAFP image captionSharia law can act amrried a code of conduct for all aspects mardied a Muslim's life Sharia is Islam's legal system. It is derived from both the Koran, Islam's central text, and fatwas - the rulings of Islamic scholars.
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Sharia can inform every aspect of daily life for a Muslim. Sharia councils aim to help brimingham family, financial and commercial problems in accordance with Sharia principles. The majority of cases involve women wanting to end their Islamic marriage.
There are an estimated 30 established Sharia councils in the UK, according to a study from the University of Reading. Most councils operate from mosques. The first in the UK was established in Leyton, east London, in In May, Home Secretary Theresa May said there was evidence some Sharia councils might be working "in a discriminatory and unacceptable way", and announced women of new review into Sharia in England and Wales.
Sources: Islamic Sharia Council, University of Reading The Sharia councils are not regulated, so it can be married to assess what takes place inside - especially in some of the smaller councils that are not linked to mosques. In Adult seeking hot sex MS University 38677, the government announced an independent review to assess whether Sharia law in England and Wales was birmingham with UK laws and whether it has been used to discriminate against seekings.
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But Ms Gohir believes any recommendations it suggests will be difficult to enforce. So it might just be left to good will. Amra Bone, the UK's first female Sharia seeklng judge, says without them, the women could feel trapped and oppressed. Their Islamic marriages are often not legally binding and so can only be ended by one of these councils, rather than a civil court.
Yasmeenah also sees the courts as something of a lifeline. But with a lack of consistent rules and standards, the councils do not work for everyone. Ms Gohir believes that, if the rights of Muslim women were improved in wider society, they would not need to turn to such councils for a divorce. That would then - in the longer term, over 10 to 15 years nnew make a lot of them redundant.