Salamworld, the Social Network for 'Core Muslim Values'

Salamworld will foster Islamic values and filter out objectionable content
Salamworld's office in Istanbul Photograph by Ivor Prickett for Bloomberg Businessweek

Facebook has won a near-billion following around the world by being all things to all people. Nearly anyone can join and search out people and groups they know (or would like to know). It’s a teeming and sometimes raucous online party—and nobody gets turned away. Does the same model work with a user base that shares a common identity and that at some level is more interested in defining cultural boundaries than blurring them?

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