Sixteen Countries Ban Anyone with an Israeli Passport, Stamp or Visa from Entering

President Trump signed an executive order halting those from seven countries that the Obama administration named “countries of concern” from entering the United States. There may be more countries placed on the list as more information is gathered by the Central Intelligence Agency, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice and Department of Defense.

Kyle Blaine and Julia Horowitz from CNN in a column titled “How the Trump administration chose the 7 countries in the immigration executive order” report:

The seven Muslim-majority countries targeted in President Trump’s executive order on immigration were initially identified as “countries of concern” under the Obama administration.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Sunday pointed to the Obama administration’s actions as the basis for their selection of the seven countries. Trump’s order bars citizens from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen from entering the U.S. for the next 90 days.

“There were further travel restrictions already in place from those seven countries,” Spicer said on ABC’s “This Week.”

“What the president did was take the first step through this executive order of ensuring that we’re looking at the entire system of who’s coming in, refugees that are coming in, people who are coming in from places that have a history or that our intelligence suggests that we need to have further extreme vetting for.”

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Six of these countries, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Syria, Sudan, Yemen, ban anyone with an Israeli passport, Israeli stamp or Israeli visa from entering.

Countries that do not accept Israeli passports. Map from Wikipedia.

Countries (in green) that reject passports from Israel (blue). Countries that reject not only Israeli passports but also any passport which contain Israeli stamps or visas are in dark green.

Sixteen countries forbid admission to Israeli passport holders:

1 – Except for Iraqi Kurdistan.
2 – Clearance permit needed from the Ministry of Home Affairs.
3 – Accepted for transit only; not allowed for admission.

RELATED ARTICLE: Smoking Out Islamists via Extreme Vetting – Middle East Quarterly

The U.S. Department of State Travel Warnings:

We issue a Travel Warning when we want you to consider very carefully whether you should go to a country at all. Examples of reasons for issuing a Travel Warning might include unstable government, civil war, ongoing intense crime or violence, or frequent terrorist attacks. We want you to know the risks of traveling to these places and to strongly consider not going to them at all. Travel Warnings remain in place until the situation changes; some have been in effect for years.

Type Date Location
Warning January 27, 2017 Libya Travel Warning
Warning January 25, 2017 Turkey Travel Warning
Warning January 23, 2017 Honduras Travel Warning
Warning January 13, 2017 Kenya Travel Warning
Warning January 11, 2017 Somalia Travel Warning
Warning January 7, 2017 The Gambia Travel Warning
Warning January 5, 2017 Bangladesh Travel Warning
Warning January 4, 2017 Republic of South Sudan Travel Warning
Warning December 23, 2016 Democratic Republic of the Congo Travel Warning
Warning December 23, 2016 Egypt Travel Warning
Warning December 23, 2016 Jordan Travel Warning
Warning December 23, 2016 Mali Travel Warning
Warning December 20, 2016 Philippines Travel Warning
Warning December 15, 2016 Venezuela Travel Warning
Warning December 14, 2016 Ukraine Travel Warning
Warning December 13, 2016 Algeria Travel Warning
Warning December 8, 2016 Mexico Travel Warning
Warning December 6, 2016 Ethiopia Travel Warning
Alert November 21, 2016 Europe Travel Alert
Alert November 16, 2016 Haiti Travel Alert
Warning November 15, 2016 Burundi Travel Warning
Warning November 9, 2016 North Korea Travel Warning
Warning November 4, 2016 Haiti Travel Warning
Warning November 4, 2016 Chad Travel Warning
Warning October 19, 2016 Central African Republic Travel Warning
Warning October 11, 2016 Syria Travel Warning
Warning October 7, 2016 Pakistan Travel Warning
Warning October 6, 2016 Yemen Travel Warning
Alert October 6, 2016 South Pacific Tropical Cyclone Season – Travel Alert
Warning October 5, 2016 Afghanistan Travel Warning
Warning September 29, 2016 Tunisia Travel Warning
Warning August 26, 2016 Eritrea Travel Warning
Warning August 23, 2016 Israel, The West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning
Warning August 22, 2016 Iran Travel Warning
Warning August 19, 2016 Cameroon Travel Warning
Warning August 3, 2016 Nigeria Travel Warning
Warning July 29, 2016 Lebanon Travel Warning
Warning July 27, 2016 Saudi Arabia Travel Warning
Warning July 6, 2016 Iraq Travel Warning
Alert June 3, 2016 Hurricane and Typhoon Season 2016 Travel Alert
Warning April 5, 2016 Colombia Travel Warning
Warning February 23, 2016 Mauritania Travel Warning
Warning January 21, 2016 Sudan Travel Warning
Warning January 21, 2016 Niger Travel Warning
Warning January 20, 2016 Burkina Faso Travel Warning
Warning January 15, 2016 El Salvador Travel Warning
5 replies
  1. frontncenter
    frontncenter says:

    Interesting that 16 other countries actually banned the right people, and the 1 that should of have been smart enough to see the same thing just banned everybody but. Pretty embarrassing for a country supposed to be ahead of everyone. Obviously were losing intelligence, good judgement, respect and our minds. No doubt we have exposed ourselves to the rest of the world and/or any watching who can see through bullshit facades. The whole country’s gone dumb.

    • Dr. Rich Swier
      Dr. Rich Swier says:

      Thanks for reading and commenting.

      Every elected official in the United States from the President to your local school board members swear to protect and defend the U.S. Constitution from all enemies foreign and domestic.

      President Trump’s executive order does this.


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