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So it was back in 2014, after hearing his friends swap stories about dating struggles, that he decided to create an app that would make the dating process more “halal” — acceptable in religious law.
Younas quit his job as an investment banker and spent six months working 18-hour days to create Muzmatch in his bedroom.
“Purely on a numbers basis, one-fifth of the world is Muslim,” says Younas.
“On top of that, we estimate there are around 400 million Muslims who are single and eligible.
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We want to be the safe space and provide top-level privacy to our users,” says Younas. “We get a lot of EDL types and Right-wing people giving you a lot of abuse — putting up Bin Laden pictures and all that kind of stuff,” says Younas.
“The good thing is they get spotted quickly and removed and we can block those users in a permanent way.” On the upside, Muzmatch does have non-Muslims signing up because they are curious about the religion, such the 50-plus man who converted to Islam after meeting someone on the app. We’re trying to tread that line of being open but equally being faithful to our community.
But now I have someone care about me and look out for my well being as much as I do for her — this is much more than we both hoped for!It’s a tricky line to walk down but I think we’ve nailed it.” So what’s next?The start-up has achieved profitability thanks to its premium paid-for tier but the next stage is to continue to improve the app and its features, and expand the team and its reach.Users can also ensure they have no profile picture on their account or details such as their full name, so they can be as private online as possible.“It’s about understanding that Muslims are so diverse and we don’t want to force people down a particular road.