Those that refrain from Gebruks often eat Gebruks on Achron Shel Pesach. Would the people that refrain from Gebruks that live in Eretz Yisroel eat Gebruks on Sheviyi Shel Pesach?
Well the real question is why do they eat it on Achron Shel Pesach.
The custom is to be lenient with gebrokts on the last day of Pesach. Some explain that we signify that those who eat gebrokts the entire Yom Tov are not doing anything wrong. Others explain that one should have Simchas Yom Tov. Others say that the various dietary customs preclude any possibility of people mingling. We want to accomplish this at least on the last day of Pesach, so we all brok. This was the custom of the Chofetz Chaim zt”l.
[I originally assumed that the reason is because the last day is only a safek, which would not apply in Israel]
The Lubavitcher Rebbe mentions two reasons for permitting Gebroks on the last day:
- To differentiate between Deoraysa to DeRabbanan - Not applicable in Israel as the last day is Deoraysa just as well.
- Because the last day of Pesach is after a whole week of Sfiras Haomer ("doing avoda on the Sefira of Chesed"), we are more "ready" to eat (and "handle") the more "chametzlike" food of Matza Shruya. This isn't applicable on the seventh day of Pesach (even in Israel) as it's still within that week.