FAQs about Visas of Israel
Is it safe to travel to Israel ?
Israel is generally a safe country to visit and there are rarely any cases of violence targeted at tourists. If you are travelling to Israel, you are advised to take precautions such as guarding your properties well and be careful when visiting border regions, especially those close to Lebanon and Syria.
Must I get an Israeli stamp in my visa ?
No, you do not have to not get an Israeli stamp in your passport, especially if you intend to visit an Arab country where you may be denied entry if there is any evidence that you have been to Israel. You are allowed to request the immigration officer to not stamp your passport.
What is the official language of Israel ?
Israel's official language is Hebrew. Arabic was also an official language until 2018 so a number of Israelis still speak it. You will, however, find that English is the most popular foreign language in Israel.
Can I enter Israel with an Arab country stamp on my passport ?
If you meet all the visa requirements, you should not be refused entry into Israel because of an Arab country stamp in your passport.