I snorted and sank further underneath my cherry-red duvet. The midafternoon sunlight pushing through the blinds cast a glare on my phone, making it hard to view the man whose dating profile I'd stumbled on. This was a profile on Minder, a Muslim dating app that mimics Tinder but is aimed at helping Western Muslims find a spouse. The guy advertising for halal sex whatever that entails was an exception; most of the other profiles seemed pretty chaste. However, this preoccupation with what was "halal," meaning is what is permissible in Islam, ran rampant not on the app and in my mind. I wouldn't even be on Minder if it weren't for my religious upbringing.
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The suspected gunman in an attack on a mosque in Norway on Saturday was inspired by recent white extremist attacks in New Zealand and the US, online posts suggest. Police in Norway have so far only said the attack in Baerum, a town 20km from Oslo, the capital, will be investigated as a possible act of terrorism. In the past decade, across continents, white supremacists have repeatedly chosen the same targets for shootings, stabbings, bombings and car attacks. The shooter wanted to prevent an 'invasion of Muslims' and deliberately targeted politically active young people who he saw as 'cultural Marxists'. Six worshippers including the temple president are killed.