Which holidays start with the letter J.



Announcement of the Jewish holidays in 2002 and 2003
Decree of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Culture
from January 21, 2002 - 111 324 - 3451.1-3
(NBl.MBWFK.Schl.H. 2002 p.146)

(1) According to Article 2 of the State Treaty on the Promotion of Jewish Life in Schleswig-Holstein of January 29, 1998 in conjunction with the Act on the State Treaty of March 12, 1998 (GVOBI. Schl.-HS 153), the recognized Jewish holidays are in Protected within the meaning of Section 1 (3) of the Law on Sundays and Holidays.
(2) The following are the public holidays for the years 2002 - 2003:
2002 2003

  2002 2003 
Passover 1st day28.03.17.04.Exceedance proof /
Festival of Unleavened Bread
Passover 2nd day29.03.18.04.
Passover 3rd day03.04.23.04.
Passover 4th day04.04.24.04.
Shawuoth day 117.05.06.06.Festival of the week
Shawuoth 2nd day18.05.07.06.
Rosh Hashanah 1st day07.09.27.07.New Year
Rosh Hashanah 2nd day08.09.28.09.
Yom Kippur16.09.06.10.Festival of Reconciliation
Sukkoth day 121.09.11.10.Feast of Tabernacles
Sukkoth day 222.09.12.10.
Schemini Azeret28.09.18.10.Final party
Simchat Torah29.09.19.10.Torah celebration

The holidays start at 5 p.m. on the evening of the previous day
(3) The students and employees belonging to the denomination are to be given the opportunity to celebrate these public holidays within the framework of the applicable provisions.
(4) This decree comes into force upon its publication.


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Announcement of the Jewish holidays in 2000, 2001 and 2002

Order of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Culture of June 13, 2000 - III 325 - 3451.1-3.

(1) According to Article 2 of the State Treaty on the Promotion of Jewish Life in Schleswig-Holstein of January 29, 1998 in conjunction with the Act on the State Treaty of March 12, 1998 (GVOBI. Schl.-HS 153), the recognized Jewish holidays are in Protected within the meaning of Section 1 (3) of the Law on Sundays and Holidays. (2) These public holidays for the years 2000 - 2002 are announced below:

  2000  2001  2002 
Passover 1st day 08.04.28.03Passage Festival / Festival of Unleavened Bread
Passover 2nd day 09.04.29.03
Passover 3rd day  14.04. 03.04.
Passover 4th day 15.04. 04.04.
Shawuoth day 1 28.05. 17.05.Festival of the week
Shawuoth 2nd day  29.05. 18.05.
Rosh Hashanah 1st day 30.09.18.09 New Year
Rosh Hashanah 2nd day 01.10. 19.09. 
Yom Kippur09.10.20.09 Festival of Reconciliation
Sukkoth day 114.10.02.10 Feast of Tabernacles
Sukkoth day 2 15.10.03.10. 
Schemini Azeret 21.10.09.10. Final party
Simchat Torah 22.10.10.10. Torah celebration

The holidays start at 5 p.m. on the evening of the previous day

(3) The students and employees belonging to the denomination are to be given the opportunity to celebrate these public holidays within the framework of the applicable provisions.
(4) This decree comes into force upon its publication.


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Paragraph - School law for Schleswig-Holstein