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Welcome to the web dating globe for young Muslims looking love – but unlike the rampantly popular main-stream application Tinder, Muzmatch is less “Swipe-Match-Hook-Up” than it’s “Swipe-Match-Marry”.

The software, developed and launched by previous London banker Shahzad Younas in 2015, takes a rather various method of the non-halal meat market popularised by Tinder.

Shahzad Younas, creator of the Muslim dating app, MuzMatch

Billed as “Where Single Muslims Meet”, Muzmatch provides greater privacy and precision defenses on pictures, filters out foul language and anti-Muslim feedback, and also provides a “chaperone” choice – users can nominate a moms and dad or any other individual observe conversations.

While the concerns users need to answer it clear this isn’t your average dating application: “How religious could you state you are? ”; “How often would you pray? ”; and “When are you currently looking to get hitched? While they create a profile make”

Within the Islamic world, dating could be anything from tricky to haram (forbidden). An uncomfortable experience as such, young Muslims can often find dating in the Tinder era.

A dating application is helping to match-up Muslims interested in love and wedding. Credit: Alamy