After a year of Abraham’s deals brokered by the United States, the very first dating site was launched in the Gulf to match Jewish singles, Al Arabiya News reported on Sunday. According to the outlet, the website called JSG-Jewish Singles in the Gulf-launched earlier Sunday and aims to encourage Jewish singles living in the area to find suitable partners. Speaking to Al Arabiya English, the Association of Gulf Jewish Communities (AGJC) said that singles are required to complete a questionnaire and then a group of matchmakers will be recommended by the dating app.

Jewish dating app starts registrations

It is worth mentioning that the new initiative was taken a year after the signing of the historic declaration of peace agreement with the help of then-US President Donald Trump. The seven-page document underscored the belief that normalizing Israeli-Emirati relations is in the interests of both peoples, and this contributes to the cause of peace in the Middle East and ultimately the world. “As our communities across the GCC have experienced unprecedented growth over the past few years, we have seen more and more singles settling here with an interest in establishing more permanent roots in the region,” said Al Arabiya English quoting AGJC President Ebrahim Dawood Nonoo. the launch of the dating site.

“By helping these singles find their spouse in the GCC, they are more likely to marry and start their families here, which in turn develops Jewish community life and the need for more Jewish institutions like schools, kosher food, etc.

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According to the AGJC president, thousands of singles had already registered on the website and were looking for their “perfect life partner”. “We are starting with a website and hope to turn it into singles events and programs very soon. It is so important for us to work with singles living in our area to help them find relationships with other Jews,” he said. said Al Arabiya English, citing Rabbi AGJC. as Dr Elie Abadie said. Importantly, the first Jewish wedding in 52 years took place in Bahrain earlier this month. Former Bahraini Ambassador to the United States Houda Nonoo took to the microblogging site to share the photo of the couple who are her son and daughter-in-law.

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