Israel’s National Security Council has elevated its travel advisories for Egypt (including Sinai) and Jordan to a high threat level (level 4). They are recommending that citizens avoid travel to these countries and that those currently in these locations should leave as soon as possible. This move follows recent protests in the Middle East related to Israel’s actions in Gaza.
The situation in the region has escalated due to the conflict in Gaza, with tensions running high. Israel’s decision to issue these travel warnings reflects concerns about the safety and security of its citizens in these neighboring countries.