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Sukkot (Day 5) in Israel

Is Sukkot (Day 5) a Public Holiday?

Even though Sukkot (Day 5) falls on Friday, October 18, 2019, it is a working day. Most businesses follow regular opening hours in Israel.

Sukkot (Day 5) Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015FriOct 2Sukkot (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2016FriOct 21Sukkot (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2017MonOct 9Sukkot (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2018FriSep 28Sukkot (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2019FriOct 18Sukkot (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2020WedOct 7Sukkot (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2021SatSep 25Sukkot (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2022FriOct 14Sukkot (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2023WedOct 4Sukkot (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2024MonOct 21Sukkot (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew
2025SatOct 11Sukkot (Day 5)Observance, Hebrew

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