Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Britain's First Ever Gay Muslim Wedding Takes Place

A gay man from the West Midlands has become the first Muslim to wed in a same-sex marriage.

Jahed Choudhury, 24, grew up feeling ostracised by the Muslim community because he was gay and was even sent on a religious pilgrimage to change his sexual orientation.

Two years ago, following a lifetime of bullying, Mr Choudhury considered taking his own life until he was spotted crying on a town bench in Darlaston by Sean Rogan, 19.

Mr Rogan comforted Mr Choudhury and they soon became a couple. Now the couple have wed in a ceremony in Walsall, both wearing traditional Bangladeshi wedding clothes.


However, despite their happiness, the couple have been subjected to several death threats.  

He said: 'I want to say to all people going through the same thing that it's okay - we're going to show the whole world that you can be gay and Muslim.'

At a low-key ceremony at Walsall registry office, Mr Choudhury from Darlaston, tied the knot in traditional Muslim attire with his partner of two years.






10 comments:

  1. Hahahahahaha. ..i can see the "wife " with LaLi





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  2. What is this world turning into?

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  3. Go ye into the world and multiply. How would this be possible if men marry men and women marry women? if your father had married his father how would you two have been conceived?

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  4. Go ye into the world and multiply. How would this be possible if men marry men and women marry women? if your father had married his father how would you two have been conceived?

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  5. awon adofuro jatijati

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