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The magazine breaks down all the current Muslim dating apps — from the mega popular Minder (the Muslim Tinder) to Halaler, Muzmatch, Salaam Swipe, Half Our Deen, Crescent, and Muslima.
“ Haroon Moktarzhada, co-founder of Minder, explains his app’s appeal: “If you’re a Muslim limiting yourself to dating Muslims, your pool is small — mosque, school, and work friends.
The first episode debuted last fall, and the series has accumulated over 25,000 views and counting.
In each power-packed, three- to four-minute episode, the two find themselves in ridiculous, over-the-top situations like speed dating or trying to figure out what a vibrator does.
“That there’s something beyond our religious choices and our dress choices that connects us and makes us universal.
But, often the way we dress — and our race — can prevent us from connecting with another person.” started out wanting to be a comedian.
Nadia Iqbal performed a monologue at the Muslim Writer’s Collective about online dating, talking about one “digital Casanova” who told her that he would treat her like a princess. Allow the paparazzi to invade every aspect of my life until it ends in a car crash that kills me? “For its members, many of whom grew up in small towns with few Muslims, dating apps help solve the problem of how to find each other,” reports New York Magazine.
Types of events include; Asian speed dating events, whereby, attendees will expect to meet up to 25 singles in the form of 3 minute fun and frantic mini dates; Asian mingling events, a relaxed way to meet other alike singles and the infamous padlock parties, a lock and key themed ice breaker Asian singles party.
"The main problem is many don't drink, so don't do the traditional dating thing of going to pubs and clubs to meet someone new.î The 26-year-old Cambridge graduate decided to set up the company with friend Maha Khan after realising how popular speed dating had become since its introduction to this country three years ago.
Ms Khan said: "We believe Muslim speed dating will soon become the most popular way of meeting new people.
At the end of the event participants submit to the organizers a list of who they would like to provide their contact information to.
If there is a match, contact information is forwarded to both parties.