The article is pretty flawed in its analysis of Germany's Jewish growth and doesn't provide a good survey of the entire situation. The majority of the article focuses on two individuals who both share the same problem of not being able to find a Jewish life partner in such a small community (while the last section is disjointed from and almost irrelevant to the rest of the article). To be honest this situation is quite mundane and can be found in almost any small immigration community in any country. If it were not for the controversy of Jews living in Germany (which is the sentiment that this article heavily uses as a crutch although never appropriately addresses), this poor piece of journalism would have never been published. Finally, in hopes of remedying the dilemma of the two German Jews mentioned in the article, may I recommend JDate.
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from the article: A community of German Jewish outsiders