the Muslim population is growing faster than any other religious group in the country.At Morgan Stanley, the app came to fruition this past spring after Younas became fed up with his own dating experience., the show’s main character, Dev, an American-born single played by Ansari, has a heart to heart with his Indian father about relationships.Dev is unsure about getting serious with his live-in girlfriend and holds a lackadaisical perspective that comes from years of dating flakes.With a membership that numbers more than 35,000 lonely hearts, the app mimics traditional Muslim chaperone-accompanied matchmaking by allowing women to include guardians in their conversations with potential matches, and claims to be for single Muslims seeking marriage.Launched by 31-year-old Shahzad Younas, a former investment banker this love connection problem is more common in Canada than you think.Members can filter their search down to Islamic dressing (hijab or no hijab) and how often the person prays.Muzmatch is not the only player in the Muslim dating-app game.
Recognizing the need for personal connection and understanding among young Muslims, the Islamic Society of North America holds matrimonial mixers.
The company, which officially launched in December 2016, encourages the idea of “offline dating.”“We wanted to create a service that respected our client’s privacy, respect their time and make the process of finding a marriage partner fun again,” Khan said.“So the matchmaker — a real human being, not a computer or site search criteria — does a lot of the initial work.
Our matchmakers look for compatible people, make sure we’re meeting our client’s requirements, and then introducing clients to one another.”Signing up for Matchbox is free, but a single introduction is 0.
Apps like Minder (the Muslim version of Tinder), and Muzmatch offer overwhelming amount of option for plenty of Muslims.
Murtuja started noticing Muslims around her were still struggling to find love, she wondered if it had something to do with faith.
It’s not like Nadia*, 21, can discuss her romantic frustrations with her parents as Dev did.