Public Holidays in Israel in 2023


When are the next Public holidays in Israel?

Israel Upcoming Holidays

List of Holidays in Israel in 2023

Day Date Holiday Name Type Comments
Tuesday Purim Not A Public Holiday
Thursday Pesach I Public Holiday Passover begins
Thursday Pesach VII Public Holiday Passover ends
Wednesday Independence Day (in lieu) Public Holiday National Day
Monday Memorial Day Not A Public Holiday Statutory holiday
Tuesday Victory Day Public Holiday
Friday Jerusalem Day Not A Public Holiday
Saturday Pentecost Public Holiday Shavuot
Thursday Fast of Ninth of Av Public Holiday
Saturday Rosh Hashanah Public Holiday Jewish New Year
Sunday Rosh Hashanah Public Holiday
Monday Day of Atonement Public Holiday Yom Kippur
Friday Sukkot Public Holiday Feast of Tabernacles
Sunday Simchat Torah Public Holiday
Friday Hanukkah Not A Public Holiday A holiday period, but not a national holiday
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Notes

  • Only the first and last days of Passover and Sukkot are national holidays, but there may be some disruption on intermediate dates; many shops and businesses may open but close early.
  • Public holidays in Israel are national holidays officially recognised by the Knesset, Israel's parliament.
  • There are several observances in Israel that are called National Holidays but are not non-working days. They are marked in yellow above.