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In what is seen as a cultural taboo for many traditional Muslims, Mr Choudhury is one of only a few openly-gay Muslim men and believed to be the first in the UK to marry another man.
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.
Mr Trad claimed the Grand Mufti of Australia, Ibrahim Abu Mohamad (pictured), told a Bankstown prayer hall on Friday he is worried it will be illegal to tell children homosexuality is wrong if the law changes'We should all love each other but that type of love ends in denigrating people; there is nothing to stop you from having the utmost love for your friends who might be the same gender but it doesn't mean you strip naked together and start doing things,' he said.
Mr Trad has been vocal about his belief marriage should remain between a man and woman, previously claiming bisexuals will lobby for both a husband and a wife if gay marriage is legalised.
Where Islamic polygamy is allowed, women are not allowed multiple husbands.
Under Islamic law, a man can divorce a woman by saying 'I divorce you' three times but a woman does not have this same privilege.
Mr Trad said the Grand Mufti of Australia, Ibrahim Abu Mohamad, told a Bankstown prayer hall on Friday he is worried it will be illegal to tell children homosexuality is wrong if the law changes.