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Countries That Doesn't Allow Israeli Citizens To Step In Their Soil

According to NSL magazine, Israeli passport is currently ranks on the 22nd place and it provide visa-free access to 164 countries and territories.There are currently 12 countries that impose entry ban on Israeli citizens due to longstanding conflict that has been witnessed since Israeli's independence.

A visa is not currently available for Israelis for these destinations, which include a number of Arabic countries such as Kuwait, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Brunei,Iran, Iraq, Libya, Malaysia, Pakistan, Syria and Yemen. These countries don't recognise the state of Israel hence do not admit Israeli passport holders.

At present, a visa is not required for Israelis travelling to the upto 140 countries around the world. Travellers are usually required to present a valid Israeli passport upon arrival at the border checkpoint.

Under Israeli law; Iraq, Iran, Said Arabia, Somalia, Lebanon and Yemen were designated "enemy state" Israeli citizens can not travel to those countries without clearance from the ministry of interior.

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