Judge rules Islamic ceremony wasn’t a legal marriage, so woman can testify against Ayyub Abdul-Alim in gun case The ex-wife of a city man charged in a gun case will be able to testify against him after a judge ruled their Islamic wedding ceremony didn’t meet the state’s legal requirements for marriage. Ayyub Abdul-Alim is slated to go on trial April 24. He is charged with two counts of possession of a firearm without a firearms identification card and a count each of illegal possession of a firearm and possession of a large capacity feeding device.
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