Israel’s Holiday Warning For Specific Destinations

Iran, the various organizations of global jihad and radical Islam represent the main threat

Israel’s counterterrorism division issued a warning Monday to nationals of the Jewish state ahead of the Passover (Passover) holiday. The caveat states that Iran is still the primary generator of global terrorism and will continue to use this means to harm Israeli and Jewish targets around the world.

Countries close to Iran such as the Emirates, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkey and Bahrain, as well as Greece, Cyprus and other countries in the Middle East, including the Kurdish region – in which Israelis are not allowed to enter – belong to areas with a high probability of terrorist acts.

In addition, the counterterrorism division notes that the Ramadan period partly coincides with the Passover holiday and that unusual security events on the Temple Mount may, as in the past, motivate attacks against Israelis on the foreign. It is also recommended that Israelis visiting the Sinai only visit known tourist sites, such as the coastal strip and Sharm el-Sheikh.

In addition, the various organizations of global jihad and radical Islam still represent a threat and call to attack Israelis and Jews. These organizations currently focus their activities in Africa, the Middle East and Muslim-majority countries in Asia. In addition to the Islamist threat, the counterterrorism division also warns against neo-Nazi and far-right groups in Europe and North America.

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