iCondemn is a satirical app developed in order to help Muslims curb Islamophobia and denounce terror attacks.
With the growing number of terror attacks by the Islamic State, Boko Haram, al Qaida and other terror groups around the world, the question rose whether Muslims ever condemn acts of terror.
That's when Daniel Haqiqatjou, an app developer, came up with a 21st century solution, he believes, can help innocent Muslims distance themselves from acts of terror committed in the name of Islam.
However, his blog in Muslim Matters is an attempt to take a satirical take on Muslim shaming around the world after terror attacks and say 'enough is enough'.
"Some have argued that Muslims shouldn't be required to condemn every single criminal act done in the name of their religion. After all, asking Muslims to condemn terrorism is akin to demanding Muslims assume guilt for the crimes of a deranged few, and that's just racist," Haqiqatjou wrote in his blog.
However, he argues that condemning the attacks will only elevate Muslims to the next level.
"Rather than stopping our condemnations, I believe Muslims need to be making more condemnations."
After the Charlie Hebdo massacre, Rupert Murdoch tweeted that Muslims should be held responsible for the growing Jihadist attacks.
In his blog, Haqiqatjou also asked the same question. "Why else are people always asking why Muslims aren't condemning terrorism?
"Clearly, we need to take our condemnation game to the next level. According to my calculations, we need to be denouncing things at fifty times the volume and at least twenty times the speed to meet all the demand. The problem is all that denunciation takes a lot of time and resources. We need a 21st century solution to this problem."
The app will help non-Muslims to start believing that a majority of Muslims are not responsible for the acts perpetuated by a bunch of violent minds.
"With the iCondemn®, Muslims can say "not in my name" at the speed of life!™ And non-Muslims no longer need to wonder whether 1.6 billion Muslims around the world feel the guilt and sincerely apologise for that latest reprehensible crime some idiot carried out while shouting "Allahu Akbar!""