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You can find in these pages a presentation of the historical, religious, astronomical and cultural aspects of the Jewish Calendar, as well as tools and resources.
.: Today :.
Friday
20 Sivan 5783
9 June 2023
כ" סיון ה-תשפ"ג
Daf Yomi: גיטין כד
20 Sivan in History [40]
34 Jewish men and 17 Jewish women were burned at the stake in Blois France, 1171, as a result of the first ritual-murder trial in Europe. Rabbeinu Tam declared a fast day to mark the event. The day was confirmed as a fast day centuries later, in Poland, following the murder of 6000 Jews of Niemirov during the Chmielnicki massacres, 1648. Many Siddurim have Slichot for Kaf Sivan.

.: Zmanim :.
Previous day Paris
vendredi 09/06/2023
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Alot haShachar: 3h08
Earliest tefilin: 4h17
Netz: 5h47

Latest Shema (GR"A): 9h48
Latest tefila (GR"A): 11h09
Chatzot: 13h49

Mincha gedola: 14h30
Mincha qetana: 18h31
Plag haMincha: 20h11

Shqiya: 21h52
Tzeit haKochavim: 22h43

Shaa zmanit 1h20

.: Shabbat :.
Paris, France
10/6/2023
(summer time)
candles before: Shabbat ends:
21h34 22h58
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.: Upcoming Events :.
Rosh Chodesh Tamouz on Monday 19 and Tuesday 20 June
Fast of Tamuz on Thursday 6 July
Tisha b' Av on Thursday 27 July

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.