Especially for overseas Muslims, websites like Shaadi. Tinder, a matchmaking app where you can swipe through reams of desirable — and not so desirable — potential dates, seems to have taken over the western matchmaking scene and has recently inspired a new wave of innovations among marriage-minded Muslims who are trying to find their soul mates without having to troll the internet. The app will be released to the public in two weeks and will be available on all platforms, starting with iOS. Minder functions in the same way as Tinder where users can see the face and brief profile of another user and can choose to like or reject potential matches using a simple swiping gesture. If two users are interested in each other, it is a "match" and the app allows them to chat.
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Non-Muslims find it hilarious when we tell them, but they love the name muzmatch," Yousra, author of the upcoming debut novel Hijab and Red Lipstick, said. But for Yousra, using the app does not mean an endorsement of Western style relationships, where marriage is not a condition for parenting or sexuality. Rather, Muslims like her are co-opting online platforms to find potential spouses in 'halal' but more modern and progressive way. They are disrupting traditional Muslim matchmaking, which has been the purview of parents, extended families, or the direct community to which one is closely affiliated.
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Minder Review March 2021
There is Tinder. And then there is Tinder just for Muslims. The running joke among my friends is that I have never seen a circumcised penis. But that aside, my mom often reminds me that marrying a non-Muslim would bring laanat damnation, ruin to the family.
Some call it haram -- or forbidden -- but more Muslims than ever are turning to apps like Minder and Muzmatch to find romance. When my friend first told me she was looking for a partner on Minder, I thought it was a typo. She didn't. Minder is a real thing, an app Muslims use to browse local singles, much like Tinder.