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Globally, one in five relationships now start online, and the industry presents large economic potential.
In the UK, for instance, between 20, Muslims were the fastest growing religious group - from three percent to 4.8 percent of Brits identifying as Muslim - to a total of 2.7 of the population.
Muslim scholars unanimously agree that dating is forbidden in Islam.
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This union of modern local values and Islamic principles is a shift by young Muslims in countries as disparate as the UK and the United Arab Emirates, the United States and Indonesia, according to the author of the books 'Generation M: Young Muslims Changing the World' and 'Love in a Headscarf', Shelina Janmohamed.
Janmohamed argues that internet access allows young Muslims to find like-minded individuals and those with shared identities, within or even across national borders, beyond the reach of more traditional methods of meeting a partner."Second, third, and even fourth-generation Muslims in the diaspora have grown up feeling very much part of the society they are in," says Janmohamed.
"It feels like for ever," says the 33-year-old financial adviser from Birmingham who is of Pakistani-Kashmiri heritage.
However, this site is designed for people who are seriously seeking a happy and successful Muslim marriage.After attending marriage events, asking religious leaders and rishta aunties - prominent women in Pakistani communities who help find partners - Ikram started using the app and found a pool of people who were more "relatable" than those she'd been introduced to, she says.This means someone who is compatible with her Islamic faith and her complex mix of British and Pakistani cultures - and someone she would want to spend the rest of her life with.The Muslim demographic in Britain is young, with with 48 percent under the age of 24, compared to 31 percent for the overall population.