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We decided to turn it into a date right then and there. It was called JOCFlock (“JOC” as in “Jews of Color,” and “Flock” as in “a herd of single sheep looking to mingle”), and it was the Internet’s first dating site that catered to Jews of color.Jerusalem—Nefesh B’Nefesh has joined forces with popular Jewish dating site Saw You at Sinai to produce ‘See You In Israel’ a dedicated online dating service for Aliyah-minded singles. I was only able to relax around non-Jewish women, because I didn’t feel the same pressure; that’s how I met, and fell in love with, my wife. It was the day I’d long hoped for, marrying a nice Jewish girl. In fact, by the time we’d started dating, I’d given up on Jewish women, and my dream of a perfect Jewish wedding, altogether. The intense pressure I felt to date and marry within the tribe damaged my perception of Jewish women and my ability to be myself around them.‘We’re excited to use our technology and expertise to create matches amongst aliyah-minded singles,” said Danielle Solomon, Head of Saw You At Sinai’s Israel Division.There is an interesting dichotomy in the world of Jewish singles today.

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After that, the cost will be to sign up for additional months.

The site allows singles living abroad, as well as those living in Israel – both Olim and Israelis - to join a common dating network, thus ensuring that they are only matched with potential suitors who are interested in living in Israel.

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