They would be screaming from the rooftops about “racism.” They would be screaming from the rooftops about “anti-Semitism.” Their Zio-newspapers would be running headlines about the evils of “white racism” and “white privilege” and how this must be combatted.
The American public—and the world, through the Zio-controlled mass media—would be bombarded day and night about this “evil” church.
Back then, I didn’t really understand how lucky I was – neither he nor his family cared that I wasn’t Jewish, and I believed that was a normal situation.
With just the swipe of a few buttons, the location-based software finds other Jews who are using the program nearby.
With the options of liking or passing on matches based on a small profile picture that appears, the user helps narrow the dating pool in his or her current geographical location.
And with the rise of these new interactive options—some more salacious than others—comes an important question: Is all of this kosher?
New Matchmakers on the Block JSwipe, a mobile app that was released in April, is similar to the popular yet questionable app, Tinder.
If both users “Like” each other, a match is made and private messaging can take place.
JCrush, another app released in April, is quite similar to JSwipe.
I was living in this kind of bubble for a long time and I was very surprised when I moved to Israel a few years later.
When I became a single and started to date other Israeli men, I realized how connected they were to their mothers and the important role that religion played in their lives.
So it’s no wonder that in its 17 years, JDate hasn’t faced much competition. As online dating becomes more tech-savvy and complex, Jewish dating is following suit.