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Jewish dating Web sites attract people of all faiths

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Mariana and Michael Rosenbaum were married in 2005, almost three years after they met on Jdate.com. Mariana wasn't born Jewish but converted before the wedding. She is part of a growing number of non-Jews using Jdate to meet Jews. (Courtesy of Mariana Rosenbaum)

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Mariana and Michael Rosenbaum were married in 2005, almost three years after they met on Jdate.com. Mariana wasn't born Jewish but converted before the wedding. She is part of a growing number of non-Jews using Jdate to meet Jews. (Courtesy of Mariana Rosenbaum)

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Mariana and Michael got married in July 2005, almost three years after they met on Jdate.com, a popular Jewish dating Web site. Michael was raised Jewish. Mariana was raised Catholic, but converted before the wedding. (Courtesy of Mariana Rosenbaum)

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An increasing number of non-Jews are joining Jewish online dating sites. Some are looking for someone with a Jewish background; others are just attracted by the high success rate of the sites.


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