Our members are focused on finding a quality relationship and are matched with those that have common life goals, so they're already starting out at a better point than someone you might meet randomly.” “Options are limited,” reflects Ian, an Internet Entrepreneur who lives in New Jersey. Walk up to a girl somewhere and ask ' Are you Jewish?' Having a website to do preliminary screening is definitely helpful.

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The custom-engineered matching technology and professional experience they have, assisting Jews living in other niche communities such as Australia and the Far East, University of Pennsylvania’s Hillel Gradnetwork, Yeshiva University students and alumni, and many others, is now available to Aliyah-oriented singles around the globe.

“Most people tend to date others who live in their surrounding area,” notes Rosenberg.

When a girl friend tells me, I simply say OK because I know I’ve got nothing to lose.

To be honest, all the long-time friends I have now are from failed Tinder dates.

We wanted to pinpoint one extra factor that could bring more people together.” For this reason, NBN founder Rabbi Yehoshua Fass recently entrusted his staff with a mission: To find the right Jewish dating site to partner with on this new Aliyah initiative.

\ With 14 other successful partnership sites to its name, Saw You At Sinai was the ideal candidate.No flaws, highly democratic, liberated sort of fabulous level like all dating stages, Israeli or not.This level entails the hardship of looking away while walking at Allenby and the rude practice of staring.Women don’t want to be cat-called but seriously, when flocked together, we are the worst in talking about men, most especially if you are single and foreign in a country where men are extremely physically attractive.As a human being who finds it very easy to adjust to major cultural differences, I wasn’t surprised that in just a matter of weeks, I was able to unlock level 2.“For many young people who are dating, the Israel question is a major issue that comes up,” reports Marc Rosenberg, Director of Pre-Aliyah Services at Nefesh B' Nefesh.