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Arranged marriages, strictly-controlled family introductions and chaperones are familiar territory for some young Muslims. A new approach to dating has been launched by a couple of young Asian entrepreneurs who set out to introduce young professional Muslims to more prospective partners in one evening than they may meet in a lifetime.

"The main problem is many don't drink, so don't do the traditional dating thing of going to pubs and clubs to meet someone new.î The 26-year-old Cambridge graduate decided to set up the company with friend Maha Khan after realising how popular speed dating had become since its introduction to this country three years ago.

Ms Khan said: "We believe Muslim speed dating will soon become the most popular way of meeting new people.

Speed Dater is the UK Leader in events for single professionals and dating for professionals.

If you are interested in dating people with specific religious views, why not try a singles event which caters for this?

From now on Muslims will have a refreshing, fun alternative, where the single people themselves take charge.î Speed dating was originally established in the US by Jews as a way of keeping marriage within their community.

One thing is for sure – the hosts put in alot of effort in organising many of these events and many of the people I have met have had sincere intentions to help the Ummah in the marriage arena. The below are just some of my thoughts and observations from talking to different people who attend such events, and just from observing people as I help out! If you don’t have it all, then don’t expect no nuptials anytime soon.

Speed “networking/dating”, the religious lectures which somehow lead to “organised mingling afterwards” or the conventional Marriage events which often have some form of group chat followed by individual chats with people interested in each other. Some are amazed to keep seeing the same faces at many of the events. Like they emit an aura of “I’d rather be home with a mug of hot chocolate watching telly than talking to you”. And sometimes come wearing too much, or not enough. The checklist girls They have a checklist as long as your arm of WHAT I WANT. So LIKE our site to find out more when we announce it!

The first timers This is their first marriage event.

When it comes to finding the right partner, it always seems like a herculean task.