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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.That's a helpful avenue because things often fizzle for me after a first date and when a guy asks his friends for advice, he doesn't always get the best advice.” Since ‘See You In Israel’ launched this summer, over 1,000 people have joined.Many members already live in Israel but the majority are still living in the Diaspora, trying to move ahead with their plans to marry, and eventually move to Israel.In 1947, the United Nations adopted a Partition Plan for Palestine recommending the creation of independent Arab and Jewish states and an internationalized Jerusalem.
The population of Israel, as defined by the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics, was estimated in 2017 to be 8,772,520 people.
“Finding the right person is more than a list of attributes to check off,” he admits.
Yet it's clear that meeting women through ‘See You In Israel’ gets things off to a strong start.
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.
“The bottom line for me is that through the matchmakers I've met women I was interested in, but if I had only seen their profile, together with another 100 profiles, I wouldn't have bothered.