doesn’t call itself the “leading Jewish singles network” for nothing.
The massive online matchmaker—which boasts 750,000 users and attracted major media buzz in April with its rebranding campaign, “Get Chosen”—is known as the go-to for Jewish online dating.
Along with the various laws that were commanded to the Jewish people, such as the commandment to wear Tefillin and to rest on Shabbat, came an oral explanation that explained exactly what the mitzvah entails.
With the options of liking or passing on matches based on a small profile picture that appears, the user helps narrow the dating pool in his or her current geographical location.
If both users “Like” each other, a match is made and private messaging can take place.
JCrush, another app released in April, is quite similar to JSwipe.
What is the earliest reference to the Torah having 613 mitzvot? This is a matter of dispute here in South Africa, where a radio talk show host made some inaccurate statements about Judaism by saying that the 613 laws were only formulated thousands of years after the Torah was written. Answering your question requires a little understanding of Jewish history.
At Mount Sinai God gave the Jewish people the Torah.
This is in order to cultivate and maintain a community of Jewish singles who are serious about finding their match.