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As for his family, he told the that some of them still think his sexual orientation is a "disease." None attended his wedding.“I want to say to all people going through the same thing that's it's okay – we're going to show the whole world that you can be gay and Muslim," he added.Situated two miles southeast of Wolverhampton, it was extensively developed for factories and coal mining. Between 19, the council replaced most of the 19th-century terraced houses with rented modern houses and flats on developments like Stowlawn, the Lunt and Bunker's Hill.By 1964 there were more than 6,000 council houses there.Willenhall has been described as "undoubtedly a place of great antiquity, on the evidence of its name it manifestly had its origins in an early Saxon settlement.The Anglo-Saxon form of its name Willanhale may be interpreted as 'the meadow land of Willa' - Willa being a personal name." During the 10th century, Willenhall was in the Shire of Stafford and The Hundred of Offlow (unit of a 100 villages), consisting of 30 households and a population of around 120.Prices are based on four people sharing and staying for three or four nights.