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The number of Muslim startups is growing rapidly in the world

In the United States, they compiled a list of Muslim startups globally and concluded that their number has at least doubled over the past year.

“In past years, there were 50 companies on this list, and now 100 - this shows growth in this area,” commented Dustin Crown, director of the Center for Global Muslim Life. The Center for Global Muslim Life is a California-based research organization that studies the contribution of Muslims to society.

The list of start-ups includes enterprises and organizations of actor Riz Ahmed, popular CZN chef Burak, activist Malala Yousufzai, comedian Hasan Minhaj and Russian athlete Khabib Nurmagomedov, reports citing Religion News.

In particular, the Russian mixed martial arts fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov intends to launch a network of martial arts gyms in the United States, and he is also among the investors of the American Islamic fintech company Wahid Invest.

Another interesting startup is Tarteel, an artificial intelligence program that improves the pronunciation of Qur'anic Arabic. Another new application for the same purpose, Qariah offers users not only male surah recitations, but also female ones.

The number of Muslim startups is growing rapidly in the world