He’s not the only one to appreciate the gap in the app market. He also wants to “keep it classy” by screening users with photos he says are more appropriate for Tinder, like shirtless guys flexing their muscles.
Haroon Mokhtarzada, a Harvard law graduate turned entrepreneur, launched Minder in Canada and the U. Jessa says he won’t screen accounts in that fashion and wants people to be able to identify as Muslim themselves, likening it to how he trusts Muslims at a meat market.“If you’re a Muslim, I’m not going to question if that meat is halal or not,” said Jessa.
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Muslims looking for “the one” who are tired of the heavy-duty screening they must do on mainstream dating apps like Tinder and Hinge finally have options created for their needs.
A Canadian is jumping on the trend of smartphone dating apps that target particular religious groups, competing with recently built apps for Muslim singles such as Minder and the soon-to-launch Crescent.
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