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I would like to visit Israel. How can I work or visit after that in UAE? I have an Indian Passport.

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Israel border control allow stamping a seperate piece of paper instead of your pasport on entrance and departure, see the answer for the question travel.stackexchange.com/questions/19478/… –  Ilya Melamed Nov 4 '13 at 12:10

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No problem -- the United Arab Emirates (and hence Dubai) does not care about Israeli stamps, it's only Israeli passport holders who may have a tough time. Here's the UAE Embassy to the US with a straightforward answer:

Q: I am an American traveling to the UAE, will the UAE allow me entry if I have an Israeli stamp in my passport?

A: Yes.

And a whole lot more sources here if that's not enough.

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