Putrajaya urged to end child marriages by standardising minimum age of marriage in all states.
The practice of polygamy is said to be the result of 'a lack of understanding of the Koran and the tradition of the Prophet,' says Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb.
Sisters in Islam says it would be better for the Perak government to enact laws compelling husbands to pay nafkah than to make it easier for them to have more than one wife.
State exco Asmuni Awi says the shariah court will have the discretion on whether to compel the first wife to appear in court.
The four working women, who look upon it as a religious obligation, say they have more time to pursue their careers or hobbies.
Both men and women have a role to play in marriage, which means that women have rights, just as men have responsibilities.
Nuridah Mohd Salleh says she has no problem with polygamy which is a God-given right to men.
It has attracted more than 56,000 members since its launch in April.
'The state is encouraging dishonesty and injustice to first wives.'
PKR’s Zuraida Kamaruddin says there are processes for Muslim men to follow for legalising a second marriage.
The two men are senior figures in the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS), a polygamist religious sect that broke away from the Mormon Church.
Woe to Kelantan's women if the state government goes ahead with its proposals to make it easy for men to have polygamous marriages.