1. Avoid travel to cities, towns, and areas affected by the conflict. These areas include Jerusalem, Haifa, Tel Aviv and other Israeli cities and towns in the Gaza Strip. Additionally, avoid travel to any areas close to the Gaza Strip or the West Bank. War zones can be incredibly unpredictable, and travelers should always prioritize their safety over any risk.
2. Monitor developments in the region. Stay informed about the day-to-day events related to the conflict and be sure to follow instructions from local authorities. Additionally, Monitor any changes to border crossings and travel advisories issued by your government before traveling to Israel or the Palestinian Territories.
3. Keep a low profile. Once in Israel, travelers should avoid taking political sides and refrain from commenting or posting publically about their opinion on the conflict. Any public opinions or statements could put travelers at risk.
4. Follow local customs. When entering any religious sites, be sure to follow the customs and respect the culture and customs of the area. Additionally, follow instructions from local authorities and be aware of any demonstrations or large gatherings in the vicinity.
5. Always carry identification. Travelers should always carry their passport or other valid forms of identification when traveling to Israel or the Palestinian Territories. This will help if stopped by police or other authorities.