Monday, June 16, 2008

Iraqi Translator Told he Cannot Keep Two Wives In Denmark

Russia Today reported on Monday that an Iraqi translator who had been offered asylum in Denmark is now being told that he cannot say in Denmark unless he divorces one of his two wives. He married his both wives under Islamic law in Iraq and brought them with him to Denmark. The interpreter will face danger for his help to coalition troops if he returns to Iraq. His immigration lawyer says it may turn out that it is his second wife who will have to leave the country.