Nur and Rozana Kamish are happily in love and now happily married after they could finally get officially married in South Africa. They were married in a Muslim ceremony in March but only got to make things legal in September.
Nur and Rozana Kamish was the first couple to get married for the second time, thanks to the government registering imams as civil marriage officers.
Muslim marriages are not considered legal, but imams can now officiate the couples, giving them a married status that is legit.
21 joyful couples walked down the aisle at Masjidul Quds in Athlone for a second time on 24 September.
Nur and Rozana were overjoyed to be walking down the aisle.
Both of them were married before, but they found happiness with each other that they had not previously known.
The happy duo met in January and in the groom's words: "We have been on honeymoon since the day we met,".
Nur was married according to Sharia law and is still in a fight over the house they used to share.
The Women's Legal Centre went to court to get the same privileges for Muslim couples, specifically the women, as the rest of South Africans.
Judge Siraj Desai ruled that marriages under Sharia are valid, even after its dissolution.
The Daily Voice reported that Sheikh Riad Fataar, the Muslim Judicial Council's second deputy president, sees this ruling as a milestone for South African Muslims.
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