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We're touring the Middle East, landing in Lebanon, then visiting Syria and Jordan. We want to visit friends in Tel Aviv. How can we manage this? We heard there's a way to avoid getting our passports stamped by Syria and Lebanon. Anyone done this? Note: we have dual citizenships, so two passports.

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    No problem going to Israel after Lebanon/Syria. The problem is the other way round i.e. going from Israel to Syria/Lebanon. Just go from Jordan to Israel. Very easy.
    If you want you can just use your other passport (one without Lebanon/Syria stamps) so that you'll be spared some questions that you'll definitely get otherwise...
    Enjoy! over 5 years ago

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