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Jerusalem Jdate

Reader comment on item: Jewish and Arab Demographics in Jerusalem
in response to reader comment: Is Jdate working? Are Israelis more "Americanized and Europeanized" more than they realize?

Submitted by Fred Schlomka (Israel), May 12, 2007 at 16:28

jerusalem has become much more Jewishly religious over the years. Since mosts Israelis are secular, they are not interested in living alongside religious people. Also, most Israelis consider Jerusalem to be the end of the earth. I know many middle aged people here who visited Jerusalem on a high school trip and have not been back since.

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