The website is showing the incorrect Haftarah for Ki Teitzei when Parshat Re'eh is Shabbat Rosh Chodesh. If the website is going to say that the Haftarah for Shabbat Rosh Chodesh is read for Parshat Re'eh, then the Haftarah for Ki Teitzei should show that it's Isaiah 54:1 - 55:5.
I know there are a few different traditions for when this happens, but there's no such tradition where the Haftarah for Shabbat Rosh Chodesh is read for Parshat Re'eh, and the Haftarah for Parshat Ki Teitzei remains unchanged (54:01 - 54:10), as the website currently displays.
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How does Hebcal calculate the holidays for the years before rosh hashanah postponements were in place?
When Hebcal calculates the holidays 1000 years ago or more, does Hebcal take into account the fact that postponement rules were only condified by Maimonides in the 12th century? So if I were to go to 160 BC, during the Maccabean revolt, would the calendar accurate predict when Sukkot and the first Hannukah fell?
The HebCal Dashboard widget is now completely blank, no data at all, not connecting. Is there any hope it will be restored? I use it all the time. (I posted this under a previous issue but that was 3 years ago and the topic says "Fixed," which it most definitely is not.)
I cannot find the place to download sunrise/sunset times to Google Calendar. Where is it please? Thanks!
Downloaded ICS for Outlook 2016 for Israel. However, it shows each day as staddling two days e.g. 1 AV will start on one english day and carry onto the next. I think its because its picking up each "event" as starting at 1am and finishing at 1am.
I downloaded Hebcal to my google calendar instead of subscribing. It is now integrated into my main calendar and I can't get rid of it. I would like the dates, but I want to be able to turn them on and off ... right now all I can see is the Hebcal dates and I can't see any of my own appointments. It is a real problem.
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