Gerlinda (30 July 2011)
"Re: Myra (28 July 2011) "Gerlinda Jewish calendar year""

Hi Myra,  I happened to read this one paragraph below from an article and recalled exactly when this happened.  We had just returned from a trip to Israel.  It was in our year, Oct. 2004 but for Israel, it was their year 5765, because their New Year had happened and they went from 5764 to 5765.  We always share the same year until Israel has it's New Year 3 months before we have ours.  So, instead of us thinking Israel is behind our year, they are the same right now but on Rosh haShanah, they will jump into 2012.    I also asked a friend who traveled to Israel with me and she agrees  but she will email her friend there and get confirmation.    I don't know what this means for you and if it causes a change in some calculation but hope it helps you clear things up.    I believe your information is a year behind in it's post.
Early in the night of the first of the two millennial days of the era of Moshiachthe Sanhedrin was disbanded. A little more than two years ago (Tishrei 5765/October 2004) it was re-establishedhowever tentatively. Spiritual and cultural plates are shifting…
Myra (28 July 2011)
"Gerlinda  Jewish calendar year"

Hi Gerlinda  I too wish I could ask someone Jewish directly.  HoweverI did find a Jewish websiteand  it shows this year on the Jewish calendar as 5771which on our calendar is 2010.  Rosh Hashanah will occur on the following days of the Gregorian calendar:  Jewish year 5772 sunset Sept. 282011 -   nightfall Sept. 302011.  So according to thisthey are still in the year 2010 until Sept. of this year.