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Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh Tevet in Israel

Is Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh Tevet a Public Holiday?

Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh Tevet is not a public holiday. It falls on Saturday, December 8, 2018 and most businesses follow regular Saturday opening hours in Israel.

Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh Tevet Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2010TueDec 7Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh TevetObservance, Hebrew
2011MonDec 26Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh TevetObservance, Hebrew
2012FriDec 14Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh TevetObservance, Hebrew
2013TueDec 3Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh TevetObservance, Hebrew
2014MonDec 22Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh TevetObservance, Hebrew
2015SatDec 12Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh TevetObservance, Hebrew
2016FriDec 30Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh TevetObservance, Hebrew
2017MonDec 18Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh TevetObservance, Hebrew
2018SatDec 8Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh TevetObservance, Hebrew
2019SatDec 28Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh TevetObservance, Hebrew
2020WedDec 16Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh TevetObservance, Hebrew

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