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Siraaj is the Operations Director of MuslimMatters as well as its new lead web developer. He's spent nearly two decades working in dawah organizations, starting with his chapter MSA in Purdue University, and leading efforts with AlMaghrib Institute, MuslimMatters, and AlJumuah magazine. Somewhere in there, he finds time for his full-time profession as a software engineer in Silicon Valley. He holds a bachelor's in Computer Science from Purdue University and a Master's certificate from UC Berkeley. He's very married and has 5 wonderful children

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The U.S. military is buying the granular movement data of people around the world, harvested from innocuous-seeming apps, Motherboard has learned. The most popular app among a group Motherboard analyzed connected to this sort of data sale is a Muslim prayer and Quran app that has more than 98 million downloads worldwide. Others include a Muslim dating app, a popular Craigslist app, an app for following storms, and a "level" app that can be used to help, for example, install shelves in a bedroom.

The apps sending data to X-Mode include Muslim Pro, an app that reminds users when to pray and what direction Mecca is in relation to the user's current location. The app has been downloaded over 50 million times on Android, according to the Google Play Store, and over 98 million in total across other platforms including iOS, according to Muslim Pro's website.

Other apps sending data to X-Mode included the "Accupedo" step counter app, which has been downloaded more than 5 million times according to the app's page on the Google Play Store; the "CPlus for Craigslist" app which lets users more easily search Craigslist, and has more than one million downloads; and "Global Storms," an app for following hurricanes, typhoons, and tropical storms. The app has been downloaded more than a million times.

"I was not aware that X-Mode was selling those data to some military contractors," Nicolas Dedouche, CEO at app development firm Mobzapp, told Motherboard in an email. Mobzapp made a screen sharing app for Android that sends location data to X-Mode and has been downloaded more than a million times. "I cannot be aware X-Mode is working with military contractors if they do not clearly mention it somewhere," he added.

"As an app developer I do care with whom I'm contracting with," Antoine Vianey, the developer behind the app "Bubble level" that has been downloaded more than ten million times, said. But they added "to be totally clear I missed the two you sent me!" referring to Sierra Nevada Corporation or Systems & Technology Research.

Recent reports also indicate a troubling expansion in the type of government actors acquiring commercial location data. Federal documents have revealed that location data collected by a series of widely used applications has been sold to military contractors and the U.S. military.[5] One of these applications is Muslim Pro, which provides users with daily prayer times, a Qibla locator, and an Islamic calendar, among other functions.[6] Muslim Pro has been downloaded over 98 million times and is used by Muslims in over 200 countries.[7]

Just a day after the report was published, Muslim Pro said in an email to Motherboard that the company will no longer share data with X-Mode In a statement posted to its website Friday, Muslim Pro announced the formal launch of a full investigation.

It features complete Quran along with the audio recitations, phonetics, and translations. The colored Tajweed assists you in improving your pronunciation while reading the Quran. With the Animated Qibla compass as well as a map, it also displays the direction of Mecca. It has the full Muslim Hijri calendar which shows holy dates.

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If you're Muslim, you know Muslim Pro, a popular Quran and prayer app. When I converted to Islam, it was one of the first apps people suggested I get, and that's no surprise. According to its website, Muslim Pro has been downloaded over 95 million times around the world. But earlier this week, Motherboard reported that Muslim Pro is connected to a United States military data supply chain. While surveillance is nothing new to Muslims, hearing that a prayer app was somehow transmitting information to the U.S. military has left many feeling unsettled.

"We must then consider, as we move full-steam ahead towards continued globalization with Silicon Valley leading us, the ways in which our very existence is publicized and the consequences that brings."

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