Perlis says no to courses on polygamy


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  • Tuesday, 10 Jun 2003

KANGAR: Perlis has rejected a proposal that mandatory courses be held for men who wish to practise polygamy. 

Such requirements would indirectly continue to encourage more Muslims to marry discreetly in southern Thailand, said state Religious Affairs Committee chairman Datuk Ishak Arshad. 

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