Do Political Considerations Influence Israel's List of Travel Warnings?

Judging by the government's travel warnings, it's considered dangerous for Israelis to travel to a quarter of the world's countries

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Police officers patrol on the beach of Sousse, Tunisia, June 28, 2015.
Police officers patrol on the beach of Sousse, Tunisia, June 28, 2015.Credit: Abdeljalil Bounhar/AP
Moshe Gilad
Moshe Gilad
Railay Beach, Krabi Province, Thailand: Israelis told to stay away.Credit: VnGrijl
An Indian soldier takes cover as the Taj Mahal hotel burns during gun battles between Indian military and militants inside the hotel in Mumbai, November 29, 2008.Credit: David Guttenfelder/AP
A beach in Sinai.Credit: Elam Nussbaum
Explosion of car bomb in Sinai, 2013.Credit: AP



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