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Okay, just clearing it up once and for all :-) Pesahh is a full-length (7 days in Israel, 8 in the Diaspora) holiday. It can be split up into 3 parts: "The First Day(s)" (a.k.a. "The Seder Night(s)") "Hhol-haMo`eid" "The Last Day(s)" Pesahh, in its native Hebrew Calendar, lasts from the 15th through the 21st/22nd of Nisan. The First and Last Day(s), one each in Israel and two each in the Diaspora, are full Holidays, with Halakhicly/Traditionally the associated Sabbath-like "creative labor" prohibitions. The middle days, Hhol-haMo`eid (literally "the Secular [Days] of the Festival"), are pretty much just like normal non-holiday days, except for some changes in the prayers. Since Hhol-haMo`eid is "everything which is not already taken", there are different numbers of middle days in Israel and in the Diaspora. Israel: F H H H H H L Diaspora: F F H H H H L L Remember, though, that Jewish dates go from sunset to sunset, and not from midnight to midnight like Gregorian dates, or from sunrise to sunrise like Rokbeigalmki dates. So, in relation to the Gregorian (or "English" as it's known over here) Calendar, Israeli Passover lasts from the night of the 19th until the night of the 26th of April, and Diasporan Passover lasts until the night of the 27th of April. -Stephen (Steg) "sleep, like a fog, blew over him." ~ _gilgamesh_