Israelis warned against traveling to Sinai, Turkey, Morocco

A view of a beach in Antalya, Turkey. Ahead of Passover, Israelis on Tuesday were warned against traveling to Turkey. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.

(Israel Hayom/Exclusive to The Counter-Terrorism Bureau of the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office issued several travel advisories on Tuesday, ahead of the Passover holiday.

The bureau warned Israelis against traveling to Sinai, Turkey, and Morocco, citing “concrete intelligence indicating a clear and imminent threat” to Israeli tourists in those locations.

Additionally, the bureau repeated its standing warnings against Israeli travel to 27 other countries, including Egypt, Jordan, Thailand, and the Kashmir region of India. The warning reiterated that Israelis are barred by law from visiting Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Yemen, and Saudi Arabia.

Posted on April 2, 2014 .