Shabbat Times

Times of Shabbat entry and Shabbat exit - Parshat Haazinu

Parshat Haazinu is recited on the Sabbath between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur - it is 'Shabbat Shuva', or on the Sabbath between Yom Kippur and Sukkot. Shabbat entry and exit times

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Parshat Haazinu is the tenth parsha of the week in Deuteronomy. It begins in chapter 12, verse 1, and ends in the same chapter in verse 12.

Parshat Haazinu is recited on the Sabbath between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur - it's 'Shabbat Shuva', or on the Sabbath between Yom Kippur and Sukkot.

Saturday entry and exit times -

Jerusalem

Saturday entry: 18:01, Saturday departure: 19:11

Tel Aviv

Saturday entry: 6:17 ,Saturday departure: 19:13

Haifa

Saturday entry: 18:10, Saturday departure: 19:12

Beer Sheva

Saturday entry: 6:18, Saturday departure: 19:12

Hebron

Saturday entrance: 18:20, Saturday departure: 19:11

Gush Etzion

Saturday entrance: 18:20, Saturday departure: 19:11

Ariel

Saturday entry: 6:06, Saturday exit: 7:11

Eilat

Saturday entry: 18:07, Saturday departure: 19:11

Safed

Entrance on Saturday: 18:10, Departure on Saturday: 19:10

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