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Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2) in Israel

Name in other languages

NameLanguage
Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)English
ראש השנה יום 2Hebrew
Rosch ha-Schana IIGerman
رأس السنة الميلادية 2Arabic
Rosj hasjaná II (jødisk andre nyttårsdag)Norwegian

Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2) Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
FriSep 102010Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
FriSep 302011Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
TueSep 182012Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
FriSep 62013Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
FriSep 262014Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
TueSep 152015Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
TueOct 42016Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
FriSep 222017Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
TueSep 112018Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
TueOct 12019Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew
SunSep 202020Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)National holiday, Hebrew

Quick Facts

Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2) 2018

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2) 2019

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

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Other holidays in September 2018 in Israel

Fun Holiday on September 11, 2018

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