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Ildar Alyautdinov (photo), the Mufti of Moscow, said that polygamy would guarantee women's rights & # 39; and would put an end to & # 39; sinfulness and fornication, which is spreading so quickly & # 39;

Muslim leaders demand that polygamy be legalized in Russia because there are so many more women than men and the & # 39; sinfulness and fornication will stop & # 39;

  • Moscow Iftar Alyautdinov mufti has advocated men who take several women
  • He said state statistics show that there are 10 million more women than men in Russia
  • It is claimed that & # 39; much less sinfulness and fornication & # 39; if polygamy is legal
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Muslim leaders have called to legalize polygamy in Russia to & # 39; women's rights & # 39; and & # 39; sinfulness and fornication & # 39; in the state.

Ildar Alyautdinov, the Mufti of Moscow, told the state news agency RIA Novosti that allowing men to have several women would help solve some social problems in Russia.

He added that & # 39; much less sinfulness and fornication, spreading so quickly & # 39; would be if polygamous relationships were no longer illegal.

Alyautdinov also claimed that women are currently & # 39; completely unprotected & # 39; are in the social sphere because of the absence of Islamic Sharia law in the country.

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Ildar Alyautdinov (photo), the Mufti of Moscow, said that polygamy would guarantee women's rights & # 39; and would put an end to & # 39; sinfulness and fornication, which is spreading so quickly & # 39;

Ildar Alyautdinov (photo), the Mufti of Moscow, said that polygamy would guarantee women's rights & # 39; and would put an end to & # 39; sinfulness and fornication, which is spreading so quickly & # 39;

& # 39; Legalization of polygyny would guarantee women's rights & # 39 ;, he said. & # 39; It is important to create a legal protection mechanism so that women can become full second spouses. & # 39;

& # 39; This will help solve many social problems. Moreover, there would be much less sinfulness and fornication, spreading so quickly & # 39 ;.

Alyautdinov made it clear that he only supported polygyny, in which a man has several wives, instead of polyandry, in which a woman has more than one husband.

He said this is because there are 10 million more women in Russia than men, according to the Federal State Statistics Service.

In 2018, the Russian Federal Statistical Service revealed that 146.9 million people lived in the country, Russia over reported. Approximately 68.1 million of these were men, compared to 78.8 million women.

Alyautdinov also claimed that women are currently & # 39; completely unprotected & # 39; are in the social sphere because of the absence of Islamic Sharia law in the country (stock image)
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Alyautdinov also claimed that women are currently & # 39; completely unprotected & # 39; are in the social sphere because of the absence of Islamic Sharia law in the country (stock image)

Alyautdinov also claimed that women are currently & # 39; completely unprotected & # 39; are in the social sphere because of the absence of Islamic Sharia law in the country (stock image)

Alyautdinov also claimed that there are many women who stay single after they & # 39; widow or divorced & # 39; have become.

The comments of the mufti come after Sheikh Ravil Gainutdin, who is the head of the spiritual administration of Muslims in Russia, said he & # 39; fitting & # 39; found to legalize polygamy in Islamic regions.

Informal polygamy already exists in some Muslim areas, including Tatarstan, Chechnya, Dagestan.

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He said taking multiple women was better than men who have & # 39; 40 lovers and take no responsibility & # 39; for them and all illegal children.

In response to the comments, the Russian Orthodox Church said: & # 39; monogamy is associated with respect for the role of men and women and the recognition of their equal dignity in marriage & # 39 ;.

A spokesperson added that the church believes that relationships outside marriage endanger the dignity of men and women, destroy families, and both spouses are devoid of happiness. BBC reported.

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