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Chag HaBanot for Hebrew Year 5784 begins at sundown on and ends at nightfall on .
Rosh Chodesh l’banot (ראש חודש לבנות also known as Chag habanot חג הבנות [Girls’ Day]), and in Arabic as Eid al-Banat, is a holiday, celebrated by some of the Jewish communities in the Middle East on Rosh Chodesh of the Jewish month of Tevet, during the Jewish holiday of Chanukah. The Jewish community where the holiday was most preserved is in Tunisia. But there is also evidence that it was also celebrated in Jewish communities in Libya, Algeria, Kushta, Morocco and Thessaloniki.
|Chag HaBanot 2020||1 Tevet 5781|
|Chag HaBanot 2021||30 Kislev 5782|
|Chag HaBanot 2022||30 Kislev 5783|
|Chag HaBanot 2023||1 Tevet 5784|
|Chag HaBanot 2024||30 Kislev 5785|
|Chag HaBanot 2025||30 Kislev 5786|
|Chag HaBanot 2026||30 Kislev 5787|
|Chag HaBanot 2027||30 Kislev 5788|
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