Question: Earlier this year I traveled through Iran as part of a larger Middle East trip, and loved my time in Iran; so much so that I want to go back next year. The problem I have is an Israeli stamp in my aussie passport. I do, however, own a UK passport also but suspect they won't let me in without the aussie passport I gave them earlier this year. Do you have any experience with this issue?

 

Answer: Due to the rules dominating over Iran, entry to Iran will be refused to citizens of Israel and travelers with any evidence of visiting Israel: not just Israeli entry stamps, but Egyptian/Jordanian neighboring land borders with Israel, any products with Hebrew labeling, etc. Israel is the only county included in this rule and other countries even America are excluded.

 

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