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Often, marriages would be arranged through family members but now, sites and apps have allowed single Muslims to meet others they can really connect with.
Fahmida Kamali, a 25-year-old from Toronto, says she has tried a majority of dating apps and sites (both for Muslims and not specifically for Muslims), and says it can sometimes be overwhelming.“I didn’t know a lot of Muslims and I don’t have a ton of Muslim friends,” she tells Global News.
Popular dating apps and sites such as Tinder and Ok Cupid don’t make it any easier.
“Everyone in their 20s will tell you they’re not on Tinder to hook up, but really that’s what they want: fun with no strings attached,” Sonia says. I actually want someone consistent and exclusive.” A dating app called Muzmatch aims to change how young Muslims pursue love.
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“We don’t have to talk about marriage right away, but I need to know if you have the intention to get married one day.
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Unlike his son, Dev’s dad had no choice but to select his wife from two arranged marriage presentations, so when Dev opens up about his ambivalence toward commitment, his immigrant father scolds him for his indecision.
Many young Muslims growing up in North America today share Dev’s uncertainty.