She gently suggested that he could pose weightier questions, and the dating continued.Rabbi Yisroel Bernath, who founded JMontreal in September and is a matchmaker himself, said he won't stay involved with his matches unless they want him to.Well, she is - sort off, but in the love stakes, she is looking to improve on and is looking for someone Jewish.By Lauren Markoe Religion News Service (RNS) Before you meet your match, you've got to meet your matchmaker.To facilitate more Jewish-Jewish marriages, Bernath does not question the religiosity of JMontreal's 1,500 or so users. "It's to save an endangered species." Or, as Rabbi Mayshe Schwartz put it after launching JBoston just weeks ago: "We believe in Jews meeting Jews and having more Jews." The approach is working, say the J site organizers, who are mostly affiliated with the Orthodox Chabad movement.Australia was their proving ground, where "j-junction" has been operating since 2006 with 11 marriages to its credit. A site called "Saw You At Sinai," established in 2003, also combines matchmakers and a database.But not so typically, they don't get to browse a database full of potential mates and their glamour shots.That's the job of the matchmaker -- a man or woman who takes you out for coffee, probes your heart, and then works with the J software to generate a list of potential soul mates.
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"The matchmaker adds a human element to the digital element," said Rabbi Chaim Lipskar, who went online with JMiami two months ago and has signed up 150 people so far.
The database gives the matchmaker access to potentially thousands more singles than he or she could otherwise come to know.
By contrast, the J sites focus on people who want to meet with a local matchmaker and marry close to home.