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Where Muslims meet

We are the leading Muslim dating and marriage app with over 10 million single Muslims looking for love.

We’re not like the other dating apps. We made Muzz to help single Muslims find their perfect partner while respecting their religious beliefs. Say goodbye to boring biodata CV’s and pushy aunties! We bring together more than 500 happy Muslim couples every day and celebrate over 500,000 Muslim success stories worldwide.

Could you be next? Download the app and start meeting single Muslims today!

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Voice and Video Profiles

Show off your personality and stand out from the crowd by adding Voice & Video intros to your profile.

Complete Privacy

Keep your photos hidden and use a nickname to remain anonymous to friends and family.

Make meaningful local connections

Looking to make new friends and also find a partner? Muzz Social is a brand new social network for you to meet likeminded Muslims nearby. Have your say on important topics within the Muslim community. Keep it halal!

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Need a safe female-only space to chat to other Muslim women? We’ve got you. For sensitive topics you can even post anonymously.

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Filter Muslims in your area by sect, ethnicity, how much they pray and much more.


You can even include a chaperone (known as a Wali) in your conversations for extra peace of mind.

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Good behavior is rewarded. Men and women earn profile badges for the positive feedback they receive


ID Verified members are approved through our secure passport or driver’s license checks. Know you’re chatting to trustworthy members by looking out for the blue tick on your matches profile.

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Love Languages: The Secret to a Stronger Muslim Relationship

What’s your love language? If you’re not familiar with love languages, you’re in the right place! We’ll explain what they are so you can discover yours. 

Dr. Gary Chapman came up with the “Five Love Languages” to help couples connect and communicate better. Understanding your partner’s love language is key to knowing their needs and wants. 

So, ready to find out? The five love languages are: words of affirmation, quality time, physical touch, acts of service, and receiving gifts. Let’s figure out which one speaks to you!Related content: Islam: What’s Love Got To Do With It?

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Words of Affirmation

Quality Time

Physical Touch

Act of Service

Receiving Gifts

Why the Love Languages Are Important


Words of Affirmation

Words of Affirmation is about expressing affection through spoken words, praise, or appreciation. Do compliments make your day? Does a simple “You did great!” give you a boost? If hearing praise and sweet words makes you feel appreciated and loved, then this might be your love language. It’s all about those little verbal pick-me-ups that make you feel special. If this sounds like you, words of affirmation could be your love language!

Example of Words of Affirmation

Fatima and Ahmad have been married for five years. Ahmad’s love language is Words of Affirmation, while Fatima’s is Acts of Service. Fatima started complimenting Ahmad more, reminding him of the hadith about being good to your family. She’d tell him things like, “You’re amazing for how you take care of us.” Ahmad loved hearing these affirmations and felt more connected. In return, he helped out more around the house, which is how Fatima feels loved. They found a great balance by understanding each other’s love languages.

Quality Time

Quality time is all about feeling loved when someone gives you their undivided attention and you share meaningful moments together. It’s not just about being in the same room while you both scroll through TikTok – it’s about truly connecting and being present with each other. 

Imagine doing your favourite activities together, like going for a walk in the park, taking a cooking class, or even working out side by side. These shared experiences create special memories and deepen your bond. When someone sets aside time just for you, focusing on enjoying each other’s company, it shows they truly care. 

Example of Quality Time

Ayesha and Ibrahim are always busy with work. Ayesha’s love language is Quality Time, while Ibrahim’s is Physical Touch. They decided to spend more time together doing things they both enjoy, like reading the Quran or going for a walk after Fajr prayer. 

These moments without distractions really helped them reconnect. Ibrahim also made sure to show physical affection, like holding hands or giving Ayesha a hug, which made their time together even more special.

Physical Touch

For someone whose love language is physical touch, they feel loved through physical affection. We don’t mean just about being intimate as a married couple, but also about small gestures like holding hands while walking or sitting close together while watching a movie. Physical touch is about feeling most loved when physically interacting with their partner. If you feel a deep connection and affection through physical closeness and gestures, physical touch might be your love language!

Example of Physical Touch

Zainab and Omar have been married for two years. Omar’s love language is Physical Touch, while Zainab’s is Receiving Gifts. Zainab made sure to show her love through physical affection which made Omar feel secure and loved. Omar, in turn, started surprising Zainab with small gifts like her favourite perfume or a special dessert. These simple gestures made them feel more connected and appreciated.

Act of Service

Acts of Service is all about doing nice things for your partner that make them feel loved and appreciated. For instance, when you come home tired from work and find that your partner has taken care of all the household chores so you can relax. Or when they offer to do the grocery shopping because they know you’ve had a busy day. 

These little gestures can mean a lot to someone whose love language is acts of service. If you feel most loved when your partner helps you out and makes your life easier, acts of service might be your love language!

Example of Act of Service

Mariam and Ali have been married for seven years. Mariam’s love language is Acts of Service, while Ali is Quality Time. Ali started helping more with household chores, inspired by the Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) example. He also spent more quality time with their kids, which made Mariam feel loved and supported. 

In return, Mariam made sure to spend quality time with Ali, planning family outings or quiet evenings at home. By understanding each other’s needs, their relationship grew even stronger.

Receiving Gifts

For someone whose love language is receiving gifts, presents are more than just material things—they symbolize love, care, and thoughtfulness. It’s about feeling cherished when your partner takes time to think about you and gets you something special. It could be as simple as your favourite chocolates to satisfy your cravings or a meaningful gift that shows they’ve been listening and paying attention. 

For instance, if a wife tells her husband she wants to read the Quran but finds it difficult in Arabic, and the next day he surprises her with a transliteration version, it shows he not only supports her goals but also truly cares about her. Gifts like these make someone whose love language is receiving gifts feel loved and appreciated.

Example of Receiving Gifts

Let’s dive into another scenario for receiving gifts: Noor and Bilal have been married for three years. Bilal loves Receiving Gifts, while Noor values Words of Affirmation. Noor started giving Bilal thoughtful gifts like a beautiful prayer mat. Bilal appreciated the effort and felt more loved. He also made sure to express his love through words, often telling Noor how much he valued her and the gifts. These little gestures made their bond stronger.

Why the Love Languages Are Important

Understanding and speaking your partner’s love language can really transform your relationship. When you know what makes your partner feel loved, you can avoid misunderstandings and resolve conflicts more easily. 


Understanding the Five Love Languages can really help you and your partner connect on a deeper level. When you know how each of you prefers to give and receive love, you can make sure you’re meeting each other’s emotional needs. Take some time to explore these love languages together – it’s like uncovering the secret code to a stronger and more fulfilling relationship!Using the Five Love Languages takes a bit of effort, communication, and a genuine desire to understand and support each other. By mixing these love languages with our Islamic values, we can build even stronger and more loving relationships. You’ll experience a deeper sense of closeness and mutual appreciation, knowing that you’re both loved in the ways that mean the most. 

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Beyond Stereotypes: Understanding Arab Men through Cultural Lens

When looking to find a potential husband, you’re going to come across men that come from many unique cultures, either similar or different from yourself. Many questions can arise if you don’t have much knowledge about these cultures. 

Don’t stress! In this article, we’re going to discuss the richness of Arab culture and how the foundation of it influences Arab men to carry the familial and community-driven values they have. 

Marrying outside of your culture is a beautiful way to showcase your own culture while opening yourself up to someone else’s world. Although it is also known as being taboo, it is also considered a sunnah. Arab men are extremely diverse in their culture with each country having its spin on common traditions and different dialects of Arabic spoken. 

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Islamic Stance on Intercultural Marriages

Foundation of Arab Culture

Arab Men: Stereotypes vs. Reality

Getting to Know Someone Outside of Your Culture 

Arab Wedding Traditions 


Islamic Stance on Intercultural Marriages

The Quran states “O mankind! We have created you from a male and a female, and made you into nations and tribes, that you may know one another. Verily, the most honourable of you with Allâh is that (believer) who has At-Taqwa” [49:13]. 

We were created from different nations and ethnicities to discover one another through our cultures. Through culture, you find out how a person forms their lifestyle and beliefs, as well as their morals and values. 

Arab culture is known for its vibrant customs and hospitality. Arab men in particular are taught to hold chivalrous roles in the household, especially towards women. Respect is always at the forefront of Arab culture as they want to make everyone feel comfortable and welcomed in their presence. 

When you enter an Arab household, you’re going to be given the utmost respect. Your hosts are going to make sure you feel as comfortable as you can in their household and will be right by your side to offer you food, dessert and tea until you can’t eat anymore! This is only a sneak peek into their cultural values and how they treat each other. 

Foundation of Arab Culture

Family is the heart of Arab culture. Oftentimes in the media, we see many stereotypes and misconceptions about Arab men. They’re made to be portrayed as controlling and self-obsessed. You may also see that they have hyper-masculine traits, but these stereotypes steer those who are outside the Arab culture away from the truth. 

The media fails to depict the gentleness and loving attributes of a father towards his daughter, a son looking up to his mother’s loving attributes and a husband making it his mission to make sure his wife is valued and loved in their marriage. 

In Islam, we see clearly the role of the husband and wife in a marriage. We see that the husband’s job is to provide for his family and to make sure they never feel any lack. This directly challenges the stereotype that women are meant to be “slaves” in the household and are only present to serve the men. We see these values embedded into Arab culture through their generosity and eagerness to support their family in any way possible. 

Arab Men: Stereotypes vs. Reality

The media show us that Arab men thrive off of oppressing women, further driving a wedge between their real personas. Arab culture works with the rights of a woman and makes it known that wives, mothers, daughters, etc. are the foundation of a household and hold such a monumental role in the life of a man. 

Marrying women strong in their beliefs (religious and non-religious beliefs) is encouraged as these same women will help raise the next generation of families with this same belief system. Arab households want to ensure that their children grow up with the same strong attributes that both men and women possess. 

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A common theme is that Arab men are not supposed to show emotion, they’re supposed to present themselves as resilient and strong all the time. The question then poses, if emotion and vulnerability are not shown, then how are members of a household supposed to effectively communicate and grow community? 

Arab culture thrives off of community which begins at home. As the husband holding the head of household title, it begins with him as he collaborates with his wife to create a safe community for generations to come. 

Getting to Know Someone Outside of Your Culture 

Marriage and getting to know someone can feel like an overwhelming task, especially if you’re new to putting yourself out there. Culture serves as a great ice breaker if you’re speaking to someone with the same ethnicity as you. 

Related content: Finding Arab love has never been easier!

However, if you’re okay with meeting people outside of your culture, you may need to work slightly harder to find a common ground at the first meeting. Although many cultures share similar values, it is important to talk about these values so that person is informed. You can also learn a lot about marriage expectations through these cultural values. 

Don’t be afraid to speak about your experiences within your culture and the parts you would like to take into a marriage and parts you’d want to leave behind. Discussing culture aspects  in depth gives you insight into how understanding and accommodating someone is to your familial values and future lessons you want to teach the next generation. 

Arab Wedding Traditions

As mentioned earlier, each Arab country has its own set of cultural traditions, but they also hold many similarities that unite the cultures together.  Two of the more known Arab dominant countries are Saudi Arabia and Egypt. When it comes to Egyptian weddings, pre-wedding events such as the Laylat Al-hinna, also known as the “night of the henna party” are arranged for the bride to celebrate her upcoming big day. This tradition dates back centuries and is rooted in celebrating a happy and blessed marriage for the couple ahead. 

Related content: The Traditions of an Arabic Wedding

As for Saudi Arabian culture, they hold a similar ceremony called “Laylat al Ghumra” which holds the same significance and concept. The bride adorns herself with a beautifully embroidered dress and jewellery from her fiance. Friends and family join in the celebration in anticipation and happiness of the bride’s new chapter of life, which directly connects back to the foundation of Arab culture being family-oriented. 


It can be a unique experience getting to know someone from a different culture and we would hope you find it to be an insightful one as well. As Muslims, we put our religion first and want our deen to be the foundation of our marriage. Culture comes after that, and we hope to combine cultural values to supplement the religious values we’re bringing into our marriage. Through respecting one another, finding the beauty in each other’s cultures and improving each other through the values you possess, you’re bound to set yourself up for a successful marriage and healthy family for the next generation to come. 

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The Best Muslim Dating App in America

In today’s fast-paced world, finding love can feel like an overwhelming task, especially when you’re navigating the unique challenges of Muslim dating in America. That’s where Muzz comes in. As the premier Muslim dating app in the US, Muzz is dedicated to helping you find meaningful connections that align with your faith and values. 

Read this blog post as we explore why Muzz stands out from the crowd and how it’s revolutionizing the way Muslims meet, connect, and build lasting relationships.

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Why Muzz

Connecting Millions Worldwide

Celebrating 500,000 Successful Marriages

What Makes Muzz Different

The Muzz Experience

Why Muzz

At Muzz, we understand that finding love isn’t just about swiping right or left—it’s about finding someone who shares your beliefs, values, and vision for the future. 

Here’s what sets Muzz apart from other Muslim dating apps:

Halal-Centric Approach 

In a world where dating apps often prioritize superficial connections over meaningful relationships, Muzz takes a different approach. Our platform is designed with Islamic principles in mind, ensuring that every interaction is halal and respectful. From the initial conversation to the first date and beyond, you can trust that your journey on Muzz will be guided by your faith.

Comprehensive Matching Algorithm

One of the biggest frustrations of online dating is sifting through countless profiles in search of someone who shares your values and interests. With Muzz’s advanced matching algorithm, that frustration becomes a thing of the past. Our algorithm takes into account your religious beliefs, cultural background, and personal preferences to connect you with compatible matches.

Whether you’re looking for someone who shares your love of hiking or your passion for social justice, Muzz makes it easier than ever to find your perfect match.

Community-Centered Features

Muzz isn’t just a Muslim dating app—it’s a community. From virtual events to discussion forums, we provide the tools and resources you need to forge meaningful connections with like-minded individuals. Whether you’re new to the dating scene or a seasoned pro, you’ll find a welcoming and supportive community on Muzz.

Connecting Millions Worldwide

With over 10 million users worldwide, Muzz has established itself as the go-to platform for Muslims seeking love and companionship. Our expansive user base spans continents and cultures, providing a diverse and vibrant community for singles to connect and interact. 

Whether you’re in New York City or Kuala Lumpur, Muzz brings together individuals from all walks of life, united by a common goal: finding meaningful relationships that align with their faith and values. Join us today and become part of a global network of love and connection!

Celebrating 500,000 Successful Marriages

At Muzz, success isn’t just measured by matches—it’s measured by marriages. We’re proud to celebrate over 500,000 successful unions that have blossomed from connections made on our platform. These marriages are a testament to the power of love and compatibility, as well as the effectiveness of Muzz’s comprehensive matching algorithm and community-centered approach. 

From newlyweds embarking on their journey together to couples celebrating decades of love and partnership, each success story is a source of inspiration and hope for singles seeking their own happily ever after. 

What Makes Muzz Different

At Muzz, we’re committed to providing a safe, inclusive, and authentic dating experience. Here’s what sets us apart:


We prioritize authenticity, ensuring that every profile is verified to provide a safe and genuine experience for our users. Say goodbye to catfishing and hello to meaningful connections! With Muzz, you can trust that the person you’re talking to is who they say they are.


Your safety is our top priority. With robust security measures in place, you can trust that your interactions on Muzz are secure and respectful. Whether you’re chatting with someone online or meeting them in person for the first time, you can feel confident knowing that your safety is our number one concern.

Inclusive Community

Whether you’re looking for friendship, dating, or marriage, Muzz welcomes individuals of all backgrounds and preferences. Our platform celebrates diversity and fosters a sense of belonging for everyone. No matter where you come from or what you’re looking for, you’ll find a supportive and inclusive community on Muzz.

The Muzz Experience

Ready to embark on your journey to love? Joining Muzz is easy and intuitive. Simply sign up, create your profile, and start exploring potential matches. With our user-friendly interface and comprehensive features, finding your perfect match has never been easier.

Whether you’re browsing profiles on your lunch break or chatting with someone late into the night, our Muslim dating app makes it easy to connect with people who share your interests and values.

Getting Started with Muzz

Signing up for Muzz is just the first step towards finding love the halal way. Once you’re a member, you’ll have access to a range of features designed to enhance your dating experience. 

From personalized match suggestions to virtual events and discussion forums, Muzz offers everything you need to connect with like-minded individuals and build meaningful relationships. 

Whether you’re looking for someone to share your love of poetry or your passion for travel, you’ll find them on Muzz.

The Future of Muslim Dating in America

As the Muslim community continues to grow and evolve in America, so too does the need for platforms that cater to its unique needs. With its halal-centric approach, commitment to authenticity, and inclusive community, Muzz is leading the way in redefining Muslim dating in the US. 

Join our Muslim dating app today and unlock a world of possibilities! With Muzz, finding love is not just a possibility—it’s a reality. Whether you’re looking for your soulmate or simply searching for someone to share your life with, Muzz is here to help you find the love you deserve. So why wait? Sign up for Muzz today and start your journey to love!

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