MIDDLE EAST TIME ZONES

In the Middle East four different time zones are used. These time zones span from UTC (GMT) +2 hours to UTC (GMT) +4 hours. Iran sets their standard time as UTC (GMT) +3.5 hours.

Daylight Saving Time is used in Iran, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, the Palestinian regions, and Syria but each country has different starting and ending times. For more information about Middle East time zones and daylight saving time view the individual Middle East countries listed below.

Middle East Time Zone Map

Middle East Time Zone Map

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Middle East Current Times
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Bahrain Gaza Strip Iran
Sunday
7/5/2015
10:44 AM
UTC/GMT+03:00
Sunday
7/5/2015
10:44 AM
UTC/GMT+03:00
Sunday
7/5/2015
12:14 PM
UTC/GMT+04:30

Iraq Israel Jordan
Sunday
7/5/2015
10:44 AM
UTC/GMT+03:00
Sunday
7/5/2015
10:44 AM
UTC/GMT+03:00
Sunday
7/5/2015
10:44 AM
UTC/GMT+03:00

Kuwait Lebanon Oman
Sunday
7/5/2015
10:44 AM
UTC/GMT+03:00
Sunday
7/5/2015
10:44 AM
UTC/GMT+03:00
Sunday
7/5/2015
11:44 AM
UTC/GMT+04:00

Qatar Saudi Arabia Syria
Sunday
7/5/2015
10:44 AM
UTC/GMT+03:00
Sunday
7/5/2015
10:44 AM
UTC/GMT+03:00
Sunday
7/5/2015
10:44 AM
UTC/GMT+03:00

United Arab Emirates West Bank Yemen
Sunday
7/5/2015
11:44 AM
UTC/GMT+04:00
Sunday
7/5/2015
10:44 AM
UTC/GMT+03:00
Sunday
7/5/2015
10:44 AM
UTC/GMT+03:00



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