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Wikipedia has a page titled Arab League boycott of Israel which contains a section Travel Restrictions and a handy little table and map. Unfortunately, both table and map may be outdated. This is partly because not all countries that participate in this type of boycott necessarily put all the details of their boycott in writing but also countries may choose ...


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I could not find a formal statement by any country that previous travel to Israel forbids entry. www.gov.uk states that a passport indicating such entry may prevent entry to Syria, Saudi Arabia, Lybia, Sudan, Kuwait and Lebanon. However: This is not a formal statement by any of these countries. The problem mentioned is with passport stamps, not a prior ...


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Tell apart Jews/Israeli from Arabs Because they don't like to meet each other This was the exact answer by a security scrutiny operator at MXP when I last traveled. Last year I was switching from BGY to MXP Terminal 1 and I noticed that there was a separate security lane for "US and Israel flights only". However: 1) no special machinery was present ...


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Security. There have been multiple incidents of flights to Israel bring targeted by terrorists, e.g hijacking, a missile attack and more. Attacks on Israeli or Jewish targets worldwide have occurred in recent years, so it's possible that a place bound for Israel will be targeted again. All flights to Israel have extra security. This generally involves a gate ...


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According to the not-so-clear and ambiguous information from the Israeli immigrations website it is hard to obtain a definite answer. On a personal note I have to say that if you are hired by Israelis you should ask them to deal with as much as possible of the process for you, even if it's just getting valid information, as the Israeli Immigrations Office is ...


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