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Ali & Ayesha
She was in Ottawa and he was in Toronto. We looked at their specific interests and matched them. Lets hear what they have to say
I was a recent business graduate working at Hewlett Packard, and someone asked me whether I had an intention of getting married soon. I replied, "Inshallah, when Allah wills." The next thing I knew, my mother send my picture and details to Mrs. Khan and I did not even know about it. Soon after this event, I got a call asking me whether I would be interested in a girl who wears a hijab and is from a Punjabi family. I said, "Okay, just let me talk to my mother." The same weekend, my mom had already arranged a meeting, and there was "Allah`s will", we got married and traveled. Thanks to the marriage bureau, which was the means for me to get my Iman completed.


I graduated from University and throughout my time in University, I could not find my "Dream Guy". I mean, he had to be Punjabi, religious, educated and good looking. I was starting to feel that it was impossible to find someone like that. My mother then mentioned to me if I would be interested in a marriage bureau, in Toronto, who helped my cousin get married. I said, "Mom, I doubt they have my `dream guy`." Well, while visiting Toronto, we went to visit Mrs. Khan and she showed us a lot of guys but they were just not my type. After that, when we returned, we got a call from Ali`s parents and now I`m convinced that you can get your dreams to come true!!!
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The WWIMB was founded by Mrs. Fazal Khan, who has lived in Canada for over thirty eight years, and is reputed in the South Asian-Muslim community as "amongst the most trustworthy matchmakers in North America". Mrs. Fazal Khan hails from a notable Urdu speaking Muslim family from Hyderabad, Deccan. Her father, Syed Yusufuddin founded Hyderabad, Deccan`s first Urdu newspaper the Rahnuma e-Deccan. Syed Yusufuddin and his family are mentioned in the book Nobles of Hyderabad; which contains the names and brief histories of the leading forty noble families of Hyderabad, Deccan.