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Monday, February 15, 2010

Israelis warned against some travel abroad

Israelis have been warned against traveling to certain countries abroad during the Passover holiday, particularly in countries where they might be threatened by Hezbullah terrorists who are still obsessed with avenging the death of Imad Mughniyah in Syria in 2008.
The Counterterrorism Bureau urges Israelis to avoid traveling to Arab states, including Egypt and the Sinai Peninsula, Jordan, and other high-risk countries like Pakistan, Cote D'Ivoire, Indonesia, Malaysia, Togo, Mali and Burkina Faso. Israelis residing in those countries are being asked to leave.

Israelis are also being advised to postpone unnecessary trips to other countries, including Bangladesh, Kenya, Tajikistan and Nigeria due to threats of possible attacks
Note that both Arab Muslim countries with which Israel has treaties are on the list.

Unfortunately, many Israelis won't listen. Warnings not to travel to Sinai are routine in this country, and they are routinely ignored.

What (God forbid) could go wrong?


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