“As most Israelis know, terror attacks by Islamic radicals often benefit the right, especially when placed in the hands of a master manipulator such as [Israeli Prime Minister] Benjamin Netanyahu,” observed commentator Chemi Shalev, in the Tel Aviv newspaper . “We are all shocked by the terrible massacre in Orlando,” Netanyahu said at the start of Israel’s weekly cabinet meeting.“Islamic terror threatens the entire world and all enlightened nations need to unite in order to fight against it.” Even as the details were emerging on Sunday, Michael Oren, the former Israeli ambassador to the US and now a member of Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, was advising presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on how to exploit the tragedy for political gain.Whilst some of the findings are obvious - everyone knows bathroom mirror selfies are a no-no - others may surprise you.In order to reach their conclusions, Hinge data scientists assigned 35 unique photo tags - for example, hair up vs hair down, smiling with or without teeth - to a random sample of 1,000 photos.New Yorkers show their solidarity with victims of the massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, by placing flowers outside The Stonewall Inn, which is considered an epicenter of the US LGBTQ rights movement, in New York’s Greenwich Village neighborhood on 12 June.Authorities in Florida are still releasing the names of the 49 people massacred by Omar Mateen in Orlando’s Pulse gay nightclub early on Sunday morning.Earlier this month, it was revealed in a study by e Harmony that millennials are actually the generation who place the least emphasis on physical appearance when looking for a partner. And on dating apps, there’s not much more than looks to go by, so pictures are undoubtedly crucial. You could have a professional dating photoshoot, but if your budget won’t stretch that far, help is at hand.Dating app Hinge has just revealed the results of a study which aimed to determine exactly which pictures are most likely to get you a match in the brutal world of dating apps.
Sporty photos, however, are big winners - women are 166 per cent more likely and men are 45 per cent more likely to get matches with sports-related photos.
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