(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.The letter from Lehava head Bentzi Gopstein came less than a day after the Maariv daily reported that MK Gideon Sa’ar’s daughter Alona is dating actor Amir Khoury of the hit Israeli show “Fauda.” “This is not a matter of racism, God forbid, but of the existence of the Jewish people,” Gopstein wrote. By further distancing themselves from Tinder’s “hot-or-not” user interface design to focus on differentiating features — like conversation starters, commenting and richer profiles. On the heels of its million Series B announced earlier this year, the oddly named app Coffee Meets Bagel is today announcing a significant makeover, which includes a change to the way the app works.Its cleaner, lightweight and more modern design does away with bright, competing colors and other outdated features, the company says.Sa’ar declined The Times of Israel’s request for comment on the letter.Hours later, he tweeted, “My beloved daughter Alona is a private citizen.(R) Gideon Sa'ar seen during an election campaign tour of the Likud Party in Jerusalem on April 4, 2019.(Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90); (L) Lehava chairman Benzi Gopstein attends an elections campaign event of the Union of Right-Wing Parties in Bat Yam on April 6, 2019.
Coffee Meets Bagel says that during its beta testing, members who sent comments to their matches had a 25 percent higher chance of getting liked back.
Bounce, Farringdon Bounce Farringdon in London is a Ping Pong restaurant and bar concept based at the site where Ping Pong was first trademarked.
This fantastically fun restaurant bar marries table tennis with trend inspired cocktails and a delicious and eclectic menu by Executive Chef, Richard Edney.
We’re expanding the conversation to the self: self-reflection, self-discovery, and self-love,” the company explains in its announcement.
Coffee Meets Bagel has raised just under million since launching back in 2012, but it’s faced threats from Tinder, which has challenged its model head-on with Tinder Picks — a curated selection of matches for Tinder Gold subscribers, similar to Coffee Meets Bagel’s curated daily picks.