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Ronen says that “seekers” who are put off by the blatant dating clubs and sites use other, more subtle activities to meet partners.“Meditation classes, Yoga, Kabbalah studies, Tantra courses; it’s a meat market,” Ronen says.It excludes all those fantasizing or miserable or even happy married folks who just want to hook up with someone new.The latest figures from the Central Bureau of Statistics show that 35% of Israeli women between the ages of 35-49 are “seeking.” For men, 42% between the ages of 35-39 are in this category.Israelis are known for their gregarious behavior and love nothing more than spending time with their group of close friends.It’s a trait that is wreaking havoc among the quickly mushrooming singles population and threatens to have long-range anthropological effects on Israel’s future society.“The impact of the singles revolution, or better called ‘the breaking-up revolution,’ is far reaching and has been leaving its mark in recent years on housing, economy, education and even the level of personal happiness,” writes Amit Zahavi-London in a new study on the singles scene in Israel.click away and go to another group of choices,” Ronen tells The Media Line.
Still, Zahavi-London argues that the Internet lets one cast a wider net. It’s because you can reach a wider group of people now.“Women come to the parties in packs, not alone, whereas a man will come alone,” she explains. They had fun and will come back hoping to meet someone the next time.”Eviatar Ronen, a divorced 49-year-old events organizer with boyish, charming looks, says he finds Internet dating the best way to meet women.“Men are less social and less engaged and aren't embarrassed to come alone. If they come to an event and don’t find someone to go home with they won’t come back. However, while he says he has enjoyed it, he suggests that it risks creating a culture of “alienation” from the more challenging real world. There are lots of choices and if you don’t like it…Today, at least one in four women of that age is unattached. Reflecting trends in the West, Israel is also witnessing a sharp rise in the divorce rate. Oz Almog, a sociologist from the Israel Studies Department at Haifa University, told The Media Line.“A few years ago being divorced was a disgrace, shameful. Now, in America, one out of every two couples is divorced. “Having a lasting marriage is becoming abnormal, and that’s no joke.