(Flash90) The head of a far-right anti-coexistence organization sent an open letter to a prominent Likud lawmaker on Tuesday, urging him to break up his daughter’s relationship with an Arab Israeli.
By integrating commenting into profiles, however, users will be prompted to start conversations based on something they’ve read — allowing people to connect based on more than just their photos.The app has also revamped its Discover and Suggested sections to offer seamless scrolling and better navigation, respectively.These sections are less cluttered than before, too, in keeping with the more minimalist spirit.Even the Coffee Meets Bagel logo has gotten a makeover, where the C and B now meet in the shape of a heart.The company’s anti-Tinder stance is shaping up in its social content, too.While Tinder has more recently embraced hook-up culture and the single life with its online publication “Swipe Life,” CMB is instead creating content that’s more inspiring, it says.
“We’re taking a stance against online dating conventions, like ghosting and treating people like profiles.
“Sometimes it happens that in the name of love there are those who forget where they came from and where they are going.
It seems to them that [Jews] are a people like all the nations, and love is blind and above all.” Get The Times of Israel's Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up Gopstein goes on to tell Sa’ar that it is his responsibility as a Jewish father to “lovingly” remind his daughter about her heritage and “the preservation of the Jewish people.” The Lehava head concludes the letter by offering to schedule a meeting for the Likud lawmaker with “professionals” in his anti-assimilation organization who have experience addressing such relationships.
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And when comments led to conversations, there was a 60 percent increase in total messages exchanged.