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Old 06-10-2011, 04:29 PM   #749
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Originally Posted by peekay View Post
When entering Israel one can immediately request that they don't stamp your passport. They will ask you to fill out a form, which they will stamp (instead of your passport) for entry & exit. This alternative is highly recommended if one plans on traveling to Muslim countries after Israel.

This is not useful when traveling by land. You will have obviously been stamped out of Egypt or Jordan and then, after being gone from the face of the earth for a while, been stamped in at one of the land border crossings. Your Carnet will show even more obvious evidence of the route you took. Won't work
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