Can you travel to Saudi Arabia if you have been to Israel?

Can you enter Saudi Arabia with an Israeli stamp in your passport?

Officially, Bahrain, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates will refuse you entry if you have evidence of a visit to Israel in your passport, but in reality they don’t always look for an offending stamp. Lebanon, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Yemen, Iraq and Syria will all automatically refuse you entry.

Can you go to Dubai if you have been to Israel?

There is no official restriction on entry to the UAE for anyone because they are Jewish, as far as we know. … Dubai is generally perceived as being the most tolerant, and if you do have a evidence of a visit to Israel in your passport, try and enter the UAE in Dubai rather than other emirates.

What countries can you not visit if you have been to Israel?

Countries You CANNOT Visit with an Israel Passport Stamp

  • Iran**
  • Iraq** (Iraq not Iraqi Kurdistan)
  • Afghanistan.
  • Lebanon.
  • Syria.
  • Libya.
  • Kuwait.
  • Pakistan.

Which countries can’t go to Israel?

Citizens of countries that are or were in direct conflict with Istael can’t visit. This list includes Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Iran and Libya. Other Muslim countries (about 50) usually gorbid their citizens to visit Israel. Some, like Pakistan, Algeria, Afghanistan, Turkmrnistan and Yemen enforce it.

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Can I go to Iran if I’ve been to Israel?

Unfortunately, Israeli citizens are not allowed to enter the country. … Thankfully, Israel knows about this, so they no longer stamp your passport to avoid these issues with Islamic countries that restrict entry to travelers with Israeli stamps. Iran is not the only country with this restriction.

Can I go to Lebanon if I have been to Israel?

Lebanon is one of the strictest countries, denying entrance to anyone with an Israeli stamp in their passport. Other countries you should avoid entering if you have an Israeli stamp are Syria, Sudan, Iran, Yemen, Libya, Iraq, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

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