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.
“We appreciate the fact that people are busy and don't have hours to search through profiles,” explains Saw You At Sinai COO Danielle Solomon.
“That's why we offer the human touch through dedicated matchmakers.
While many people loved the video, especially American women and some men who are waiting for the version about dating Israeli women, I did get some interesting feedback.
The video is a loving joke about the cultural gaps between us that can sometimes cause funny misunderstandings.
Our matchmakers verify that the person meets your criteria first.
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“They don't want to get too involved with someone who they find good looking, smart and funny but has never been to Israel and would never want to move there.“But those open to relocation can really date people from anywhere.This site allows singles to meet people from all over the world who share their desire to move to Israeland it helps them find the one who meets their personal, social and religious outlook.” Unlike typical online dating sites that leave singles fending for themselves, ‘See You In Israel’ is (brace yourself) manned by 45 real people who actually read your detailed profile, get to know you, and offer on-target suggestions.I also got a number of private messages legitimately pointing out that I might have been dating the wrong type of people. Then there were the more serious comments about racism, which I took very seriously.I consider myself to be very liberal and open minded, but I guess if you don’t know me, the joke could leave some with a bad taste.