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After the match has been proposed, the prospective partners meet a number of times to gain a sense of whether they are right for one another.
There is only one reason that, in 2014, Israel’s head of state would be required to respond to reports that his son is in a romantic relationship with another consenting adult: the woman in question is not Jewish.
In Israel, any Jewish person who dates a non-Jew is not only bucking serious social pressure to date within the community, but also heading toward direct collision with the state, which does not permit so-called mixed marriages.
In frum circles, especially among Hassidim, eighteen is the age when shidduchim start and shadchanim take notice.
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