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Additionally, Iran, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen do not allow entry to people who have traveled to or from Israel, or those who have passports with used or unused Israeli visas.Under Israeli law, Iran, Pakistan, Iraq, Libya, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Yemen are designated 'enemy states' and Israeli citizens can only visit with special permits from the Israeli Interior Ministry.He added: 'People know that I am different, they see that I wear a kippah or a different Arab garment. In Saudi Arabia, Israelis are banned from visiting the country, and any evidence of travel to and from the country will result in a refusal of entry.In total, 16 countries - including Iran, Syria, Iraq and Saudi Arabia - do not accept Israeli passports.Eight of the countries also ban entry to people with evidence of travel to Israel or whose passports have used or unused Israeli visas.Tzion said that he never tries to 'create any issues in any country' and that he travels as a 'private individual'.'When I am going to a holy site, I go there with respect, with dignity and love toward people,' he told The Times of Israel.

Non-Muslims are prohibited from visiting Mecca and advised to avoid other parts of central Medina, where Mosque of the Prophet is located, but Tzion said that the sites he visited were open to the public.In one photo on Instagram where he posed alongside two men in Saudi Arabia while holding a sword, Tzion wrote the caption,' #Saudi Arabia is with #Jewish #People and Land of #Israel side by side to share #Friendship and #Peace in the #Middle East #Region among #Nation'The blogger said that traveling to Muslim holy sites is simply a hobby and he has respect for Islam and the Arab world.On one Instagram post he wrote: 'Praying for #Peace! For Peace in the entire #Middle East region for all #People.'For Peace among #Jews, #Muslim, #Christians, #Copts, #Druze, #Bedouins and for every descendant of Abraham know as Ibrahim.defile the mosque of the seal of the Prophet,' one user said.Another Twitter user said: 'The current hashtag: A Zionist at the Prophet's Mosque; the next hashtag: A Zionist on the pulpit of the Prophet's Mosque; and the following hashtag: A Zionist is the imam of the Mecca Mosque.' His posts have caused mass discussion on Twitter, with the hashtag 'A Zionist at the Prophet's Mosque' garnering more than 100,000 tweets.

Non-Muslims are prohibited from visiting Mecca and advised to avoid other parts of central Medina, where Mosque of the Prophet is located, but Tzion said that the sites he visited were open to the public.

In one photo on Instagram where he posed alongside two men in Saudi Arabia while holding a sword, Tzion wrote the caption,' #Saudi Arabia is with #Jewish #People and Land of #Israel side by side to share #Friendship and #Peace in the #Middle East #Region among #Nation'The blogger said that traveling to Muslim holy sites is simply a hobby and he has respect for Islam and the Arab world.

On one Instagram post he wrote: 'Praying for #Peace! For Peace in the entire #Middle East region for all #People.'For Peace among #Jews, #Muslim, #Christians, #Copts, #Druze, #Bedouins and for every descendant of Abraham know as Ibrahim.

defile the mosque of the seal of the Prophet,' one user said.

Another Twitter user said: 'The current hashtag: A Zionist at the Prophet's Mosque; the next hashtag: A Zionist on the pulpit of the Prophet's Mosque; and the following hashtag: A Zionist is the imam of the Mecca Mosque.' His posts have caused mass discussion on Twitter, with the hashtag 'A Zionist at the Prophet's Mosque' garnering more than 100,000 tweets.

A Russian-born Israeli Jew has sparked outrage on social media after sharing photos of himself displaying Hebrew words at Muslim holy sites across the world.