I was sorry to hear that was stopped on her way to Israel, which reminds me a Jordanian friend of mine it was 3 years ago and I suggested her to visit Israel. At that time we both lived in London and that's how I knew her.
I phoned the Israeli embassy in London and I was shocked by the reply I received. I asked if she can get a visa, I was told only in the embassy in Jordan. Then I was told if I want a visa to Jordan I would have to follow the same process if I hold Israeli passport and I told the guy on the phone that this isn't the case as I can get it at the border and then he said, yes but Jordanian can be terrorists. This isn't an answer I would expect to hear when I phone the embassy and this is probably reflect on the Israeli policy.

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