Speed dating for muslims
Though 2,000 people applied for the latest session, capacity constraints meant only around 50 could take part, but Zuhri hopes to stage a bigger event soon, with up to 500 couples.During the sessions, Muslim Malay men in Western clothing banter with the women, most of them dressed in conservative Islamic long-sleeved blouses, long flowing skirts and headscarves.Meet single Muslim adults like you - whether you are a single parent, divorced, separated, or have never been married.Whether you're Muslim or just looking to meet Muslim singles online, you can use our filters and advanced search to find single Muslim women and men in your area who match your interests.Speed Date a Muslim is an event held in a Melbourne cafe, in which visitors are invited to sit across from Muslim women and ask questions about Islam.It was founded by Hana Assafiri who was inducted to the Victorian Honour Roll of Women in 2017.Online matchmaking is also popular, but some prefer to meet in person.
The weekend round followed an initial installment in May that Zuhri said resulted in 14 matches that he hopes will soon end in martrimony.
Use of personal names is taboo, and participants have numbers pinned to their shirts. 'Keeping an open mind' Afterward, organizers notify the women of any interested suitors.