Birthright alumni marry later - and are more likely to marry Jewish
The findings were presented at the first conference in Israel studying the impact of Taglit-Birthright since the program was launched 13 years ago.
Jewish mothers, consider yourselves warned: New research shows that participants in Taglit-Birthright are inclined to marry later than their peers – on average, a year and a half later.
register with haaretz
Like us on Facebook and get articles directly in your news feed