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Tzom Gedaliah in Israel

Is Tzom Gedaliah a Public Holiday?

Tzom Gedaliah is not a public holiday. Businesses have normal opening hours.

Tzom Gedaliah Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015WedSep 16Tzom GedaliahObservance, Hebrew
2016WedOct 5Tzom GedaliahObservance, Hebrew
2017SunSep 24Tzom GedaliahObservance, Hebrew
2018WedSep 12Tzom GedaliahObservance, Hebrew
2019WedOct 2Tzom GedaliahObservance, Hebrew
2020MonSep 21Tzom GedaliahObservance, Hebrew
2021ThuSep 9Tzom GedaliahObservance, Hebrew
2022WedSep 28Tzom GedaliahObservance, Hebrew
2023MonSep 18Tzom GedaliahObservance, Hebrew
2024SunOct 6Tzom GedaliahObservance, Hebrew
2025ThuSep 25Tzom GedaliahObservance, Hebrew

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