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  • Parshah in a NutshellMeat, blood, false prophets, idolaters, kosher signs, tithes, pilgrimages, and the special Jewish...Read More
  • The Child and the SlaveTurnusrufus asked Rabbi Akiva: "If your G-d loves the poor, why doesn't He feed them?"Read More
  • The Human Traffic SignHe was standing at the entrance of the strip mall, his front and back covered by identical...Read More
  • High Heels and High HolidaysDuring services today my three year old daughter ran into the Shul, parading in my wife's high...Read More
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Jewish History
Elul 3, 5774
Jewish History
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Daily Study
Montreal, Quebec Canada
  • 4:37 AM

    Alot Hashachar (dawn)

  • 5:10 AM

    Earliest Tallit and Tefillin

  • 6:12 AM

    Netz Hachamah (sunrise)

  • 9:33 AM

    Latest Shema

  • 10:41 AM

    Zman Tefillah

  • 12:55 PM

    Chatzot (midday)

  • 7:20 PM

    Candle Lighting

  • 7:38 PM

    Shkiah (sunset)

  • 8:16 PM

    Tzeit Hakochovim (nightfall)

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September 24 - 26, 2014