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Perhaps in Muhammad’s mind no woman could ever convert a Muslim man, if he is a traditionalist.

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I remember hearing an interview on the radio with a Muslim, a few years ago. (In this article I will address only the Christian community.) What is the rationale behind the ruling?

As the interview began, the host asked the Muslim guest whether he was married. The radio host pressed home the point, saying that the guest’s first statement was a little misleading, wasn’t it? Then, if I recall correctly, the radio host sensed his guest’s unease and changed the subject. Beyond any doubt, Islam is patriarchal, so a Muslim man must have final control in the relationship.

Often, marriages would be arranged through family members but now, sites and apps have allowed single Muslims to meet others they can really connect with.

Fahmida Kamali, a 25-year-old from Toronto, says she has tried a majority of dating apps and sites (both for Muslims and not specifically for Muslims), and says it can sometimes be overwhelming.“I didn’t know a lot of Muslims and I don’t have a ton of Muslim friends,” she tells Global News.

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