Time in the State of Palestine

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Time in the Middle East

UTC+02:00
Egypt Standard Time
UTC+02:00

UTC+03:00
Eastern European Time /
Israel Standard Time /
Eastern European Summer Time /
Israel Summer Time
UTC+03:00
Arabia Standard Time /
Turkey Time
UTC+03:30
Iran Standard Time
UTC+04:00
Persian Gulf Standard Time
#### Standard time observed all year
# Daylight saving time observed Time Zones of the Middle East.svg
Time in the Middle East
   UTC+02:00 Egypt Standard Time
   UTC+02:00

UTC+03:00
Eastern European Time /
Israel Standard Time /
Eastern European Summer Time /
Israel Summer Time
   UTC+03:00 Arabia Standard Time /
Turkey Time
   UTC+03:30 Iran Standard Time
   UTC+04:00 Persian Gulf Standard Time
Standard time observed all year
Daylight saving time observed

Time in the Palestinian territories is two hours ahead of UTC (UTC+02:00). [1]

During summer, it observes DST, one hour ahead of the standard time (UTC+03:00).

The Palestine Government announces the dates for the start and end of summer time. In 2020, they announced the end of summer time on 19 October, only 5 days before the change. [2]

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References

  1. Time in Palestine. TimeAndDate.com. Retrieved 26 July 2020.
  2. "Palestine to end summer time on Oct 24th". ICANN mailing list. 20 October 2020. Retrieved 24 October 2020.