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Passport Stamps: Israel


Entry Card into Ben Gurion Airport (Tel Aviv): December 27, 2013.


Exit Card from Ben Gurion Airport (Tel Aviv): January 3, 2014.

Israel does not stamp your passport when entering the country into Ben Gurion Airport. Instead you are given this entry card to prove you are a tourist and the duration of your allowable stay. I assume it is like this since many people previously asked to not have their passport stamps. Depending on future travel to certain Muslim countries, having and Israeli stamp in your passport could cause issues. Therefore, this more official document is more efficient and traceable. The entry card has a blue top and the exit card is pink.