I was talking with my friend the other day, and we're trying to figure out her situation.
She is Lebanese by origin, born in Saudi Arabia and lived there for more than 10 years, and has both a Lebanese and a European (German) passport. She is a computer science graduate and works in IT. Can she enter Israel without 'issues' by using her German passport and having the visa stamped separately, so that she can later go back to Lebanon if need be with either passport she holds?
I guess she will be questioned heavily at the Israeli border, but since she's not politically involved at all, I wonder...
If you have any experiences or references on the matter, would be great to hear. Thanks!
Update: so thanks to the response below, indeed seems she will have no issues entering since Israeli document stamps are now provided separately. However, in a separate yet related issue, we are wondering whether her being born in Saudi Arabia (which is visible on German passports) would cause any issues at the border? Or should she request another German passport with the place of birth omitted (if that's possible)?
Update2: even though this question may have been partially addressed in other questions, I find the responses (personal experiences + links) below to be helpful, especially since policies are always subject to change, so recency is important. So I would rather not mark this question as a duplicate.