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. As a Muslim, you get used to people not understanding your life. They don't get why you cover your hair or why you don't eat during Ramadan, the holy month of fasting.
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Is online dating haram in islam
Dating in Islam Haram or Halal? Here's the Laws - virtual-travel.info
Young Muslims find a middle ground for fostering romantic relationships between what is permissible and what is forbidden. Fahmida Azim for NPR hide caption. When year-old Nermeen Ileiwat first began college, she could not wait to get into a relationship — maybe even get engaged before graduation. But after one year, the rising sophomore realized she had no idea what she wanted out of life and was in no position to get into a relationship. That decision didn't last long. Only a few months after, Ileiwat met someone at a party, and their friendship quickly turned into something more. However, dating was not that simple for the now year-olds who are Muslim.
Can We Date in Islam?
Yes, dating is forbidden in Islam. Because it is of all of the above and also because, there is that mental pressure that you are not sure whether the other person is really serious about a long term relationship and it leads to unwanted pregnancies, a lot of distress for people that feel that they have been used, which leads to social disorder and can lead to violence and other acts a person in their right mind would not do. As a result a persons honour and self-respect is taken away from them and it can take ages for them to get over it. Marriage gives both people mental security because it is a big decision and people will have to think seriously before they go into it so it has a degree of blotting out those that are not serious.
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.