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Dr Ahmad also believed online dating placed too much emphasis on specific criteria, for example, age, ethnicity and location."The increase in online services and apps have acted instead to make people even more criteria focused," she said. "I don't want people to think that we're just developing this to corrupt anyone or lead anyone astray or do anything of that.
This is for someone to meet someone of quality and to have a relationship with," he said.
There's an expectation on the part of men that women should be baby providers or in the domestic sphere.
They have the ideal of the working wife, but their ideal doesn't match the reality."Women with successful careers - the lawyers, the doctors, the CEOs - are usually overlooked. The marriage issue seems to be the biggest issue that is facing Muslims in terms of their personal lives."The growing difficulty in meeting like-minded Muslims has also led Canadian-born Khalil Jessa to develop 'Salaam Swipe', a mobile dating app for Muslims.
"You have a generation of young Muslims growing up here, and I suppose some of the methods that people may have used from their parents' home country may not necessarily be appealing or applicable to Muslims growing up in a Western context," Gamieldien said.
"So they would try and meet someone on their own."University College London sociologist and researcher Dr Fauzia Ahmad said the breakdown in family relationship is one factor that has contributed to the so-called Muslim marriage crisis in the West.
The rise in education rates amongst Muslim women has also decreased the pool of suitable partners.
When your heart begins to hammer on your chest, and you can feel the excitement building up inside and you just can’t help but smile.
The goosebumps and the butterflies are borne out of harmonized personality traits and complementary quirks.
It’s these innate qualities that dictate who you are, so changing them to fit in with a partner won’t work in the long run as cracks will inevitably begin to show.
Like popular dating app Tinder, users swipe right on someone's profile if they're interested, and swipe left if they're not.
The app will launch in the coming months."Growing up as a Muslim in North America, I think we face a very big irony when it comes to relationships and marriage than any other community," he said over the phone, from his home in Vancouver.