New muslim dating
Apps like Muzmatch, Minder and Salaam Swipe are all offering millennial Muslims the chance to meet their perfect partner from the phone in the palm of their hand.
But much like their less Halal but better-known counterparts (we’re talking Tinder), they still come with a familiar cast of characters.
Fortunately, you’re on an app, so you can just lock the phone if it gets a bit too much. You knew it from the moment you saw their profile picture, you know, the one you screengrabbed and sent to all your friends.
They were perfect in every way, from the first messages you swapped to the time you met in person, both of you nervously fumbling for the right thing to say.
"I'm really paranoid about how much these tech companies know about you.
When you use some other browsers or services, you're unwittingly letting them know about everything you search, visit, look for, and do online, and even your location I'm SO OVER THAT!!
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While this enthusiasm can be refreshing, it can also come on a little too strong.In many ways, he could be the perfect partner – he’s spiritual, he’s caring and his moral compass regularly points in the right direction.But given his faith in ancient verse, he’s skeptical of finding his true love through modern tech. Even though he’s got more tattoos than Zayn Malik and a beard that screams ‘Friday night in Shoreditch’ not ‘Friday night in mosque’, it’s really all a facade.Faisal Qureshi, says that he created Muzproposal as a way for Muslims to connect and meet each other in the city.“The struggle is real for anyone who wants to get married or find a partner,” said Qureshi, in a statement.
She’s the hijabi beauty blogger, and while you may be only one of her 55 thousand followers, matching her on an app might be the way to grab her attention.