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Tipping in Israel First things first: tipping is discretionary. You have no obligation to tip anyone, although showing appreciation for good service is often a good idea. Who to Tip has a great webpage on Israel, which seems to summarise the general consensus found on the internet. In general, cash tips are preferred. I paraphrase below the main tipping ...


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I wanted to add my own experience to the answers here. Israel no longer issues stamps I found this to be true at the main international airports. At land crossings they will still issue you a stamp unless you explicitly tell them not to (and also depends on their mood). However if you are entering via a land crossing, such as Jordan, you will get an exit ...


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Yes. I worked in the United Arab Emirates and traveled to Israel twice. Naturally, I didn't want a stamp in my passport, since I worked and traveled often to Lebanon, Yemen, etc. Simply ask nicely and they'll put a stamp on a slip of paper for you. I never even asked, but you might want to, just in case. Do not lose that paper, as it needs to be ...


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Germany has been willing to issue multiple passports for such situations. (German wikipedia link)



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