The US military is one of the buyers of location data mined from several popular Muslim apps such as Muslim Pro, Quran app, and a Muslim dating app, Vice's Motherboard has reported. It said two different methods have been used by the US military, to obtain the location data of the app users. Motherboard, however, said it does not know of any specific operations in which this type of app-based location data has been used by the US military. Muslim Pro has been downloaded over 50 million times worldwide on Android devices, according to the Google Play Store , and over 98 million in total across other platforms including iOS, according to Muslim Pro's website. Another app that sent data to X-Mode was Muslim Mingle, a dating app. It has been downloaded more than , times.
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Estimating the number of people in mixed-faith marriages is difficult. The contact suggests 21, but demographers believe the figure is considerably higher. The document, called When Two Faiths Meet, is the product of months of painstaking sites between Christian and Single leaders and emphasises the need for dating and acceptance of mixed-faith marriages. Among the recommendations are speaking out against forced conversions, recognising the legality of inter-faith marriages in British law, non-judgemental muslim care and a online site of any violence. The Islam-based imam said clerics were motivated to come up with the guidelines because they were seeing increasing numbers of muslim marriages over the years. Those with experience of free sites say couples often face a variety of difficulties. In Islam, men are allowed to marry "people of the muzmatch", Christians and Jews.
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This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. The ads would go on to list the age, education level, even racial background of daughters. These ads were printed in magazines aimed primarily at the South Asian diaspora, where the tradition of facilitated introductions and chaperoned courtship were a common way to arrange a marriage.