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Asarah B'Tevet in Israel

Name in other languages

NameLanguage
Asarah B'TevetEnglish
עשרה בטבתHebrew
Assara beTevetGerman
10 من تفيتArabic
Asarah B'TevetNorwegian

Asarah B'Tevet Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
FriDec 172010Asarah B'TevetObservance, Hebrew
ThuJan 52012Asarah B'TevetObservance, Hebrew
SunDec 232012Asarah B'TevetObservance, Hebrew
FriDec 132013Asarah B'TevetObservance, Hebrew
ThuJan 12015Asarah B'TevetObservance, Hebrew
TueDec 222015Asarah B'TevetObservance, Hebrew
SunJan 82017Asarah B'TevetObservance, Hebrew
ThuDec 282017Asarah B'TevetObservance, Hebrew
TueDec 182018Asarah B'TevetObservance, Hebrew
TueJan 72020Asarah B'TevetObservance, Hebrew
FriDec 252020Asarah B'TevetObservance, Hebrew

Quick Facts

Asarah B'Tevet 2017

Sunday, January 8, 2017
Thursday, December 28, 2017

Asarah B'Tevet 2018

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

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Other holidays in December 2017 in Israel

Fun Holiday on December 28, 2017

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