Your question: Where is Israeli passport not allowed?

Algeria. Brunei. Iran. Iraq.

Where are Israeli citizens not allowed?

By law, Israel currently prohibits its citizens from visiting Lebanon, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and Iran without a special permit obtained from the Israeli Ministry of the Interior, as these nations are classified as “enemy countries”.

Where can you not travel with an Israeli stamp?

Other countries you should avoid entering if you have an Israeli stamp are Syria, Sudan, Iran, Yemen, Libya, Iraq, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. Although you will be allowed to enter Muslim-majority countries such as Morocco, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates or Indonesia with the stamp, still be careful.

Who Cannot visit Israel?

What Countries don’t allow Visitors from Israel? If you receive a paper stamp, which we dive into below, you’ll be fine. If you have a work visa or a visa that isn’t a tourism visa, there are countries that will ban you. These include Iran, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Syria, and Yemen.

Can I go to Dubai if I have an Israeli stamp in my passport?

Many people, and online sources, will say UAE visas (and entry to Dubai, Abu Dhabi, or other UAE emirates) are not permitted for anyone with an Israeli stamp in their passport.

Can you enter Lebanon with an Israeli stamp in your passport?

Travelers who hold passports that contain visas or entry/exit stamps for Israel will be denied entry into Lebanon and may be subject to arrest or detention.

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Is Israel a rich country?

Israel was ranked 19th on the 2016 UN Human Development Index, indicating “very high” development. It is considered a high-income country by the World Bank.

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