How do you get more Muslims into bars?
That’s what Reddit is doing with a new feature that aims to increase the number of Muslim singles in bars.
The feature, dubbed “Muslim Bars,” is a mashup of Facebook and Twitter, which together will provide the content for each bar.
The results will be published on the Reddit user-run social network, where users can vote for their favorite bar and vote for the bar’s Muslim bars.
“We want to make sure that the bar in which Muslim singles congregate is representative of the diverse population in the United States,” says Ali Ahmed, a senior research scientist at the Islamic Research Foundation, an Islamic organization based in Canada.
“To achieve this, we use a mix of Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit as a platform.”
The goal is to get as many Muslims into a bar as possible, so the majority of Muslims will vote for a bar with a Muslim majority, according to Ahmed.
He says he hopes to have the feature up and running in October.
The idea of using social media to connect with Muslims has been around for a long time.
But it has been criticized by Muslim organizations and politicians as racist, and some even said it should be banned.
Ahmed, however, says the idea is actually much broader than that.
“This is an attempt to reach a larger audience,” he says.
“I think there’s an understanding among people that we need to do more to engage with the Muslim community and to make our own contributions to the community.
That’s not necessarily the case.”
The feature is being implemented on the site as a test, with a few bars already showing up.
The new feature, however is a first for Reddit, which is one of the most popular sites for posting news and news stories about politics and culture.
“Reddit is really trying to connect the dots between people’s lives,” Ahmed says.
But the program will also be extended to other social media platforms such as Instagram and Twitter.
In addition to Facebook and Reddit, the project includes news, politics, and entertainment sites like CNN, Yahoo News, BuzzFeed, The Daily Beast, and Vox.
Ahmed hopes that the new feature will be used to reach more Muslims.
“Hopefully, it’ll help us to reach even more Muslims who are less likely to have a Facebook account or Twitter account,” he said.