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An economic downturn since the Arab Spring in 2011 has left people fighting to maintain living standards, let alone start a new family.Hot on the heels of global dating apps like Tinder and Bumble, Saleh is trying to bring the idea of phone-based relationships to a more conservative crowd.Although other dating sites have been targeted at the Middle East – Matchmallow, Love Habibi, and the many Muslim dating sites – it is hard to think of a Tinder equivalent.According to mobile-dating expert, Julie Spira, their impact has been “quite simply, enormous,” particularly among millenials.In 2016, a Pew survey found that more than a third of young Americans now look for love through their phone.Her father has met with around 40 young men over the years who have visited Amira’s family home to discuss marrying her, but so far, nothing has come of it. “I never have enough time to get to know them.” Under her father’s strict rules, she is able to have no more than two meetings with a potential suitor, all in the company of her family, and asked to make a decision shortly after. In Egypt, where life revolves around marriage, premarital sex remains fiercely taboo and the word for an unmarried woman, is a malicious insult – it’s the reason why, for this story, Amira is using a fake name.