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Hanukkah (Day 5) in Israel

Is Hanukkah (Day 5) a Public Holiday?

Even though Hanukkah (Day 5) falls on Friday, December 27, 2019, it is a working day. Most businesses follow regular opening hours in Israel.

Hanukkah (Day 5) Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015FriDec 11Hanukkah (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2016ThuDec 29Hanukkah (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2017SunDec 17Hanukkah (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2018FriDec 7Hanukkah (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2019FriDec 27Hanukkah (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2020TueDec 15Hanukkah (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2021FriDec 3Hanukkah (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2022FriDec 23Hanukkah (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2023TueDec 12Hanukkah (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2024MonDec 30Hanukkah (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2025FriDec 19Hanukkah (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew

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