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Israel Public Holidays 2023

See also: 2023 public holidays in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Middle East, OECD, Syria and worldwide.

This page contains the list of Israel 2023 official public holidays, bank holidays, government holidays, non-working national holidays, and sectorial holidays. The public holidays listing on this page is also accessible via our free Android and iPhone/iPad mobile apps. The full qppstudio worldwide public holidays database for 2024, 2025, 2026, 2027, and beyond, is available immediately, with a professional license.

The list of Israel public holidays in 2023 is:


Date Weekday Public Holiday Observance
Tuesday Purim Bank Holiday (Tel-Aviv) regional banks
Wednesday Purim Bank Holiday (Jerusalem) regional banks
Wednesday Eve of Pessah Bank Holiday banks
Thursday First Day of Pessah (Passover)
Wednesday Last Day of Pessah (Passover)
Wednesday Independence Day
Friday Shavuot (Pentecost)
Thursday Tisha b'Av Bank Holiday banks
Friday Eve of Rosh Hashanah Bank Holiday banks
Saturday Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year)
Sunday Rosh Hashanah Holiday
Sunday Yom Kippur Eve Bank Holiday banks
Monday Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement)
Saturday First Day of Sukkot (Harvest)
Saturday Simhat Torah

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Global Holidays Observed in Israel


Below is the list of global holidays observed as non-working public holidays in Israel, with the dates of these global holidays for the next 10 years (2023-2033).

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