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.: Today :.
Monday
12 Shvat 5781
25 January 2021
י"ב שבט ה-תשפ"א
Daf Yomi: פסחים סה
12 Shvat in History [40]
Nazis provoked the first anti-Jewish riots in Amsterdam, 1941. The Jews successfully fought off their attackers. Two years later, 1943, to the day (12 Shvat), Jews in the Warsaw ghetto put up their fist resistance to the Nazi effort at liquidation. We years later, to the day, the Russian army liberated 2819 survivors of Auschwitz.

.: Zmanim :.
Previous day Paris
lundi 25/01/2021
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Alot haShachar: 6h50
Earliest tefilin: 7h22
Netz: 8h29

Latest Shema (GR"A): 10h46
Latest tefila (GR"A): 11h31
Chatzot: 13h03

Mincha gedola: 13h33
Mincha qetana: 15h42
Plag haMincha: 16h39

Shqiya: 17h36
Tzeit haKochavim: 18h18

Shaa zmanit 0h45

.: Shabbat :.
Paris, France
30/1/2021
(winter time)
candles before: Shabbat ends:
17h25 18h36
Beshalaḥ
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.: Upcoming Events :.
Tu b' Shvat on Thursday 28 January
Rosh Chodesh Adar on Friday 12 and Saturday 13 February
Fast of Ester on Thursday 25 February

Reference  
40 : Orthodox Union
Provided by Phil Chernofsky from OU/NCSY Israel Center in Tora Tidbits, based on the book Day by Day in Jewish History by Rabbi Abraham P. Bloch.