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This article is about 5kype. If you ever wanted to find out more about dating muslims from around the world, this is for you. Read more of 5kype:

5kype is a non-profit organisation which was founded to bring a greater understanding of the Muslim community around the world. It provides a platform for Muslim youth to learn about Islam, its culture and history, and the ways in which its Muslim identity is celebrated. 5kype's aim is to make vivastreet pakistani Muslims aware that they have a right to be proud of who they are, and to understand that their religion is the right thing to do.

The organisation's website was recently updated to include the following section:

"5KYPE is about giving a voice to Muslims who have often been silenced and left out, to help create a space for them to share their perspectives, build connections and build a community to support them. We are a non-profit organisation which seeks to build a dialogue between Muslim youth, Muslim organisations, and wider Muslim communities and leaders."

We're sorry to say that the website is no longer up, but edmonton muslim you can still follow the movement. If you're not interested in donating, you can still help in other ways by spreading the word, telling your friends, and just being nice to the people in your community who you think are worthy of your support. This is the kind of stuff that gets people's blood flowing in a way that helps them get the courage to get out and live their lives.

What do you think? Leave a comment below or contact us on Facebook and Twitter. If you'd like to help fund more of this sort of work, please support 5kype at the link below. We know we don't get it right every time, but that's the point. We want to keep making stuff.

You know, if you haven't gotten your hair done lately, you're not alone. I know that's a hard pill to swallow, especially if you're a non-muslim. But it's true. I can't even count how many times I've heard people say they've never been sweedish men on the internet. I'm sorry. I'm afraid you don't realize how much you miss that online time. Now I'm thinking maybe I shouldn't say that…

Anyway, there's a reason people in this country still refer to their social media profiles as "couch surfing" or "social media." We still do it. We still use these things. We still send out our selfies to people on Facebook. We still use Facebook as a social network for our work.

In fact, we use Facebook so often for work that the social media company, FB, has been forced to add a checkbox to its privacy settings to allow us to opt out of having our Facebook posts viewable by others, including our boss and colleagues, on a work computer. Facebook is, in fact, a place where we're encouraged to share our personal data, and not indian matrimonial sites in canada just to keep our eyes and ears on each other, but even to get others to do the same.

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