I just left Lebanon a few hours ago. Entering Lebanon I had no questions about Israel but unfortunately leaving the guard asked me about visiting Israel. I of course said I did a week ago. He flipped threw the passport and I said "No Israel stamps are there but are on my other passport". I gave him the other passport. He left for a few minutes to talk to his supervisor. When he came back he didn't say anything. I asked if I was banned from Lebanon. The guard said no but don't bring the passport with Israeli stamps back next time.
A friend flying out of Rafic Hariri International Airport to Europe recently noticed a fellow passenger, apparently travelling alone (ie not part of an organised tour), who had an Israeli passport. The person appeared to have no problems whatsoever at the outgoing Lebanese passport control.
Isn't this unusual?
In 2016 I flew from Paris to Beirut, spent a few hours in the city and boarded a plane to Cyprus. Then back to Beirut for 4 days. When I left Beirut to go to Egypt, the Lebanese immigration officer leafed through my thick passport and commented that I travel a lot. I agreed. Then he asked if I had been to Israel. I told him, yes, many years ago. And that was the end of it. Proof of my Israeli visit were in my previous passport.
I have a vaild question which i google and never heard of anyone being deported for having only
I dont have a israeli stamp and no israeli visa but what if i have evidence only that shows entrance to Egypt via
Best regardsEdited: 22 September 2018, 02:19