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Picture: Nigel Sutton. If you are Jewish, single and looking for love, your search for a partner could be coming to a close following the launch of a psychology-based dating tool which promises to match up like-minded Jews from around the world. The tool, based on sophisticated matching technology developed by Israeli psychologist Dr Raanan Haas, requires users to answer questions exploring their personality and dating aspirations.

JMeter will then automatically match users with similar personalities based on the answers submitted to the digital questionnaire, which takes around 15 minutes to complete. There is this whole notion that opposites attract but the lasting relationships are between two people who are more similar, but have one dominant characteristic that is different.

The questionnaire, which can be used for free if you register with JDate, examines various aspects of a prospective partner, such as how independent they are, how ready they are for a relationship and how romantic they are. Ms Perlstein, vice-president of International Websites of Spark Networks, the owner and operator of JDate, believes that the JMeter provides single Jews with busy working lives the perfect opportunity to find love. This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support.

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