Lag BaOmer for Hebrew Year 5752 began on and ended on .
Lag BaOmer (Hebrew: ל״ג בעומר), also Lag B’Omer, is a Jewish holiday celebrated on the 33rd day of the Counting of the Omer, which occurs on the 18th day of the Hebrew month of Iyar. One reason given for the holiday is as the day of passing of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai. Modern Jewish tradition links the holiday to the Bar Kokhba Revolt against the Roman Empire (132-135 CE). In Israel, it is celebrated as a symbol for the fighting Jewish spirit.
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|Lag BaOmer 1989||18 Iyyar 5749|
|Lag BaOmer 1990||18 Iyyar 5750|
|Lag BaOmer 1991||18 Iyyar 5751|
|Lag BaOmer 1992||18 Iyyar 5752|
|Lag BaOmer 1993||18 Iyyar 5753|
|Lag BaOmer 1994||18 Iyyar 5754|
|Lag BaOmer 1995||18 Iyyar 5755|
|Lag BaOmer 1996||18 Iyyar 5756|