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The overall aim is to provide people who want to explore, challenge or better understand their racial and religious perceptions with an opportunity to do just that.
But, given the post-truth world in which we live - where anti-Islamic sentiment is becoming increasingly prevalent in mainstream media - Assafiri felt it was time to get her dating event on the road.
But as the people of Shepparton began to file into the event, it became clear that this dating night was to be peaceful.
Those attending, it appeared, had come to learn about Islam and Muslim 'others', with a proverbial olive branch in hand.
We are a group of Muslims and non-Muslims who are interested in discussing the message of the Quran in an open, thoughtful and non-judgemental way.
It's a meetup with a difference, designed to provide a safe space for non-Muslims to meet Muslims, ask questions and smash racial boundaries.
What can you do to change the minds and sway the hearts of people living in a town with a reputation – true or not – for supporting anti-Islam politics?
And so last week, Speed Date A Muslim was held in Shepparton.
Assafiri and Tuna tell SBS they were understandably anxious on the day as they waited for guests to arrive.