Israel Daylight Time

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UTC+02:00: Eastern European Time (EET) observed all year in Egypt. UTC+02:00 / UTC+03:00: Eastern European Time (EET) and Eastern European Summer Time (EEST) observed in LebanonSyriaJordan, and Israel. In Israel it is called Israel Standard Time (IST) or Israel Daylight Time (IDT). UTC+03:00: Turkey Time (TRT) observed all year in Turkey. Arabia Standard Time (AST) observed all year in Saudi ArabiaYemenIraq, KuwaitBahrain, and Qatar. UTC+03:30 / UTC+04:30: Iran Standard Time (IRST) and Iran Daylight Time (IRDT) observed in Iran.

Israel Daylight Time (IDT;[1] Hebrew: שעון קייץ, Shaon Kayitz, lit.: summer clock‎) is a time zone used in Israel during daylight saving time. It is 3 hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+03:00). Daylight saving time is observed in Israel from the last Friday in March and ends on the last Sunday in October.[2]

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  1. "IDT – Israel Daylight Time". Time and Date.
  2. "Clock Changes in Jerusalem, Israel". Time and Date.