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Yom HaAliyah in Israel

Is Yom HaAliyah a Public Holiday?

Yom HaAliyah is not a public holiday. It falls on Saturday, April 4, 2020 and most businesses follow regular Saturday opening hours in Israel.

Yom HaAliyah Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2017ThuApr 6Yom HaAliyahOfficial Holiday, Business as usual
2018MonMar 26Yom HaAliyahOfficial Holiday, Business as usual
2019MonApr 15Yom HaAliyahOfficial Holiday, Business as usual
2020SatApr 4Yom HaAliyahOfficial Holiday, Business as usual
2021TueMar 23Yom HaAliyahOfficial Holiday, Business as usual
2022MonApr 11Yom HaAliyahOfficial Holiday, Business as usual
2023SatApr 1Yom HaAliyahOfficial Holiday, Business as usual
2024ThuApr 18Yom HaAliyahOfficial Holiday, Business as usual
2025TueApr 8Yom HaAliyahOfficial Holiday, Business as usual

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