Helping them do that are dating apps such as Minder, rise of dating apps like Minder, an app designed specifically for Muslim people.
British Muslims who struggle to navigate the world of a dual identity; prayers and parties, fasting and finding halal food, sipping on a Coca-Cola instead of an alcoholic drink, naturally want to marry those with similar experiences.
"There is not a woman on earth who would be totally comfortable with it," he said. Khalid Mahmood, the MP for Perry Barr who is Muslim himself, branded the venture "stupid"and warned that women entering a polygamous relationship are waving away financial rights usually attached to a marriage.
He told the newspaper: "It puts a person in huge peril because they are not allowed to claim, as a partner, on his estate.
Although traditional dating websites like have been around for years, the trendier way to be exposed to potential suitors now lies in Minder and Muzmatch.
The name comes from Tinder, an app known mostly for its hookup service.But if dating apps such as Minder make dating a little easier, that can only be a good thing.A DATING website has been set up to help men find SECOND WIVES, and already has 35,000 members.That means after a short courting period – that is, going on a few dates (some may be chaperoned if they want, it’s totally up to them) – they decide if they want to settle down.
It’s not always the case, however, as some people want to get to know one another for a longer period of time."It is not acceptable and puts individuals very much at risk, it puts them at a huge disadvantage.