The Muslim population is growing faster than any other religious group in the country (in 2011 it hit the one million mark), and for Muslims looking to partner up with others who meet their criteria, swiping right on the most popular dating apps is not an option.
It’s not like Nadia*, 21, can discuss her romantic frustrations with her parents as Dev did.
"People that are coming to Salaam Swipe are there because they are Muslim and that already shows that the people that they match with will have a deeper connection. "We have filters that allow you to filter based off of your denomination as well as your religiosity.
So you can say you're a liberal Sunni or a conservative Shia and on top of that we've built other features that give you enhanced privacy, like an incognito mode that will hide you from your friends and family." Jessa says in some ways it's very similar to how Muslim people have found their partners in the past, only this makes it easier.
Many young Muslims growing up in North America today share Dev’s uncertainty.
” Twenty-one-year-old Rabia* agrees: “I want control over picking who I’m going to spend the rest of my life with.” This love connection (or lack thereof) among Muslims is more common than you might think.
Launched by 31-year-old Shahzad Younas, a former investment banker this love connection problem is more common in Canada than you think.
the Muslim population is growing faster than any other religious group in the country.
they are designed to get you interacting with other people so you don’t have to pull out any of your cheesy one-liners You submit your profile and complete a phone interview with one of our team specialists.
When we have a sufficient number of compatible profiles in your area, we will invite you to an event designed around your interests.