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Selasa, 21 Desember 2010

Perayaan Hebrew 2012

"The holidays are the jewels on the crown of Judaism." (Karp, The Jewish Way of Life)

The calendar below contains the 2011-2012 Gregorian calendar dates for all Jewish and Israeli holidays, festivals and days of mourning.

The Jewish calendar begins with Rosh Hashana (New Years), which usually occurs in September or October. Thus, the Jewish Year straddles two years of the civil calendar.

The Jewish day begins and ends at sundown. Thus, all holidays begin at sundown of the day preceding the date shown and end at sundown of the (last) day shown.

In addition to providing civil dates for the Jewish holidays, this calendar provides links to information about each individual holy day. To learn more about the origin, meaning and observance of each Jewish holiday, click on the name of that day.
Holidays begin at sundown on the evening before the date listed.
Jewish Holidays 5772Dates in 2011-2012
Rosh HaShana
New Year
September 29-30, 2011
Thurs-Fri
Yom Kippur
Day of Atonement
October 8, 2011
Saturday
Sukkot
Feast of Tabernacles
Oct 13-19, 2011
Thurs.-Wed
Shemini Atzeret October 20, 2011
Thurs
Simchat TorahOctober 21, 2011
Fri
Israel: October 20, 2011
Thurs
HanukkahDecember 21-28, 2011
Wed-Wed
Tu B'Shvat
New Year for Trees
February 8, 2012
Wed
PurimMarch 8, 2012
Thurs
Pesach
Passover
April 7-14, 2012
Sat-Sat
Israel: April 7-13, 2012
Sat-Fri
Yom HaShoah
Holocaust Remembrance Day
April 19, 2012
Thurs
Yom HaZikaron
Israel's Memorial Day
April 25, 2012
Wed
Yom HaAtzmaut
Israel's Independence Day
April 26, 2012
Thurs
Lag B'Omer May 10, 2012
Thurs
Shavuot
Pentecost
May 27-28, 2012
Sun-Mon
Israel: May 27, 2012
Sun
Tisha B'Av
Ninth of Av
July 29, 2012
Sun

Jewish Holiday Calendars for Other Years

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