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A new version is set to be launched on Oct 5, and will impose stricter rules on users, including requiring them to provide an identification card, marital status and a letter of permission from their first wives.
Mr Iyus Yusuf Fasyiya, an Indonesian factory worker who has two wives, said he used the app to share tips with other users on how to maintain a polygamous marriage.
"For us what is important is whether the women and children are protected in polygamous marriages," the ministry's spokesman Hasan, who uses one name, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
Mr Iyus said he will continue to refer to the app to learn how to juggle his two families.
And before Warren Jeffs's incarceration, it was reported that he often preached a type of blood atonement that said you could kill a sinner in order to gain access to heaven. What this means: Here's something weird: While FLDS members in Colorado City cast plenty of votes for the U. Why the FLDS don't vote for the president: It might have something to do with the fact that they believe Warren Jeffs is the President of the United States.
How it came to be: The good folks at The Salt Lake Tribune did a little digging and found that in Colorado City only 10.6 percent of the homes are owner occupied, compared to 70.4 percent for the state of Utah. Likely it's because the FLDS-created trust, the United Effort Plan, owns most of the properties.
How it came to be: In the early 20th century, the FLDS church splintered off from the mainstream Mormon faith and took up shop in the twin border towns of Colorado City, Ariz., and Hildale, Utah.
The majority of the app users were men, but there were also about 4,000 women who have registered, the app developer said.
A lot of people mistakenly lump FLDS polygamists in with the LDS Mormon faith.
The "F" in FLDS stands for fundamentalist, in that they strictly adhere to what was originally a tenant of Mormon faith (being polygamy), while the LDS church has since disowned the practice.
Loosely translated as "Let's do polygamy", the Tinder-style dating app has already stirred up controversy since its April launch in Indonesia, where over 80 per cent of the 250 million population are Muslim and polygamy is legal.
BOGOR, Indonesia (Reuters) - Scrolling through dating websites a year ago, Indonesian app developer Lindu Pranayama realised there were a lot of married men looking for another wife - but few online services to meet their needs.