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Journalist Triska Hamid describes the frustrations young Muslim women have finding love via Islamic dating apps that allow them to swipe through photos, chat online and meet up.
While most British Muslims were born overseas, the majority identify as British, according to the Muslim Council of Britain, the country’s largest umbrella Islamic organization.“There is such a narrow perception in the UK of who a person of Muslim heritage can be, act, think or look like and I wanted to challenge that in any way that I could,” London-born Mahfouz told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.“At a time of such extreme Islamophobia, the more literature can do to challenge this destructive narrative, the better.” More than three percent of Britain’s 65 million population are Muslim, with the highest proportion living in London, government data shows.Scroll down for video A verse in Chapter 24 of the Quran advises both men and women to 'turn your eyes away' from temptation and to 'preserve your chastity'.But Mehreen, who has been told that she is a 'bad Muslim' for dressing in western clothing, questioned whether she would be forgiven for having sex outside of wedlock if she isn't married by the time she is 32 years old.The 28-year-old said: 'Sometimes I think what if I reach 32 and I'm still not married, which looks pretty realistic right now, then what's going to happen?
It sounds so bad but will God be like, ''I understand?“It is profoundly shocking that young women’s lives can be taken with such breathtaking ease and with no justice, no redress for them,” the British-Pakistani journalist and stand-up comedian told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.Aziz said the book’s inclusion in the ongoing Cheltenham Literature Festival in the west of England highlighted its broad popularity and that the British public are keen to hear more Muslim women’s voices. Reporting by Adela Suliman; Editing by Katy Migiro.Please credit the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the charitable arm of Thomson Reuters, that covers humanitarian news, women's rights, trafficking, property rights, climate change and resilience.Two Muslim women have revealed they struggle with strict Islamic teachings banning sex before marriage in a frank discussion about their religion.Yassmin, an outspoken feminist, tells Mehreen that she often feels 'randy' and thinks non-Muslims don't realise that they also have sexual desires.