Passover (Day 2) is a observance and Jewish holiday in Israel. In the table below, you will find when Passover (Day 2) is official marked and celebrated in Israel over a span of 15 years.
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|Year||Day of the Week||Date||Name|
||Wednesday||March 31||Passover (Day 2)|
||Wednesday||April 20||Passover (Day 2)|
||Sunday||April 8||Passover (Day 2)|
||Wednesday||March 27||Passover (Day 2)|
||Wednesday||April 16||Passover (Day 2)|
||Sunday||April 5||Passover (Day 2)|
||Sunday||April 24||Passover (Day 2)|
||Wednesday||April 12||Passover (Day 2)|
||Sunday||April 1||Passover (Day 2)|
||Sunday||April 21||Passover (Day 2)|
||Friday||April 10||Passover (Day 2)|
||Monday||March 29||Passover (Day 2)|
||Sunday||April 17||Passover (Day 2)|
||Friday||April 7||Passover (Day 2)|
||Wednesday||April 24||Passover (Day 2)|
||Monday||April 14||Passover (Day 2)|
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