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Ta'anit Esther (Fast of Esther) in Israel

Is Ta'anit Esther (Fast of Esther) a Public Holiday?

Ta'anit Esther (Fast of Esther) is not a public holiday. Businesses have normal opening hours.

Ta'anit Esther (Fast of Esther) Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015WedMar 4Ta'anit Esther (Fast of Esther)Observance, Hebrew
2016WedMar 23Ta'anit Esther (Fast of Esther)Observance, Hebrew
2017ThuMar 9Ta'anit Esther (Fast of Esther)Observance, Hebrew
2018WedFeb 28Ta'anit Esther (Fast of Esther)Observance, Hebrew
2019WedMar 20Ta'anit Esther (Fast of Esther)Observance, Hebrew
2020MonMar 9Ta'anit Esther (Fast of Esther)Observance, Hebrew
2021ThuFeb 25Ta'anit Esther (Fast of Esther)Observance, Hebrew
2022WedMar 16Ta'anit Esther (Fast of Esther)Observance, Hebrew
2023MonMar 6Ta'anit Esther (Fast of Esther)Observance, Hebrew
2024ThuMar 21Ta'anit Esther (Fast of Esther)Observance, Hebrew
2025ThuMar 13Ta'anit Esther (Fast of Esther)Observance, Hebrew

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