UK courts should be able to issue Islamic divorces, sharia expert says

04 September 2016

EFD Senior Fellow Elham Manea is mentioned by the British newspaper The Guardian on her efforts to ban Sharia courts in the UK.

"Under sharia law, men can divorce their wives unilaterally by pronouncing talaq(divorce) three times, but women must get a judicial decree on specific grounds or give up financial rights to obtain a divorce from a religious judge, a process that costs up to £400".

This article is in English and can be read here.