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To directly answer the title question, it appears that the answer is "Yes, if you want to enter the country." You might be able to refuse the request, but then you might be denied entry. The following information is from the advice that the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Consular Affairs provides to U.S. citizens traveling to Israel: Video cameras ...


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Crossing into the West Bank itself is simply a matter of continuing on whatever road you were already on and passing a check point, (though usually they are only checking anyone going the other way) and it's perfectly doable with an Israeli taxi, or any one else willing to take you there for that matter. Furthermore, it's just as doable to procede from ...


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For Israel public transit, http://www.bus.co.il/ is invaluable. I found Google Maps unusable in Israel without knowing Hebrew. This bus website works well even if you only speak English and integrates Google maps. Here's how you'd do your request, first click the marker: then drop a pin on the popup map: Click through for connections then more ...



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