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Divorce through shariah court

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Submitted by Sadya Diba (United Kingdom), Jun 27, 2007 at 06:17

hello ive been married for nearly 5 years now and i live in britain and who i got married to lives in pakistan and till today i dont want any relationship with him because i was forced to marry him, wheras i liked some one else. theres no physical relation between us nor do i speak to him. and i dont want to live with him i want a divorce. i havent even called him to britain weve been living seperate for 5 years now and want a divorce but my family are not allowing it so do u think i should apply through a shariah court divorce. i have no children aswell i dont like him and dont want to live with him

thank you

i hope to hear from you

bye

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