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They don't see options for finding second, third or fourth wives,” he said.
Enter “Ayo Poligami” - a new smartphone app developed by Pranayama, which aims to “bring together male users with women who are willing to make 'big families'.” Loosely translated as “Let's do polygamy”, the Tinder-style dating app has already stirred up controversy since its April launch in Indonesia, where over 80 percent of the 250 million population are Muslim and polygamy is legal.
The 37-year-old dodged questions about whether he was using the app to look for another wife but said he continues to learn about polygamy, after he took on his second wife six years following his first marriage in 2000.
“It just happened, this is what God planned for me,” said Fasyiya, who takes turns to see his two wives and five children who live in nearby villages.
The children were told to steal up to €300 a day under threat of rape or beatings.
It was in jail in Peru where the criminal met Mc Collum, who had been caught trying to smuggle more than (€1.7m) of cocaine from Lima airport in 2013 with her Glaswegian pal Melissa Reid.
Bosnian Serb general Ratko Mladic, whose forces carried out the worst massacre in Europe since the Second World War, has been convicted of genocide and other crimes and sentenced to life behind bars.The majority of the app users were men, but there were also about 4,000 women who have registered, the app developer said.Lawyer Rachmat Dwi Putranto, who deals with marriage matters, said polygamy is “not that easily achieved” as Indonesian courts will only give permission if the first wife is disabled, ill or cannot bear children.He was sent to a neighbouring room to watch on TV as Presiding Judge Alphons Orie pronounced him guilty of 10 counts that also included war crimes and crimes against humanity.Human-rights organisations hailed the convictions as proof that even top military brass long considered untouchable cannot evade justice forever.