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We’re used to customizing everything from our Facebook feeds to the news we read to the possibility of “designer babies,” so it makes sense that we seek a partner who meets our romantic specifications. Religious spaces like mosques are typically gender segregated, and many Muslim millennials who grew up in North America find the idea of arranged marriage outdated.Instead of going the traditional route, they are taking the search into their own hands while respecting their parents’ beliefs and wishes.

Sonia*, a 25-year-old master’s student, sums it up like this: “I feel that because I have other aspects of my life in place—from work to finishing my master’s to training for a marathon—this aspect is something I should also take steps toward achieving.

It’s the rest of my life, so why wouldn’t I want a say in it?

We still must question who it is exactly that is texting or messaging us because, more often than not, one’s online presentation is enhanced—some go so far as to fictionalize their personalities to get dates.

Those who remain 100 per cent honest about who they are when using dating tools are few and far between.

Minder is an alternative to platforms like Tinder, where “swiping” for casual dates is not the end goal, marriage is.

Its tag line is “the place for awesome Muslims to meet” and it imitates a lot of features found on the popular dating apps.

My husband had intention of marrying another woman so he got to know her for a while before our marriage and before we met; that woman has now got in contact with him and they have been having conversations via e-mail and by phone.

I discovered proof and I lost my temper as I loved my husband very much but now he said to me that he had feelings for her and he wanted to marry her but before we got married I had asked him if he wished to marry again and he said no very clearly and that he had no intention of going down that path. Now I cannot trust my husband and always think about how they must have interacted and how they must have made jokes and in their e-mail they talked about their past when they were talking which is haram (impermissible) unless you talk to a mehrem (close relative whom one cannot marry).

“I wanted something that was radically different than what was out there while borrowing some of the good ideas and concepts of western dating apps,” he says.

Part of the app’s differentiation was speaking to the diversity within Muslim communities.

the Muslim population is growing faster than any other religious group in the country.

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