Originally Posted by Elphaba
The UAE does not want to know about Judaism. It isn't really an option on a visa application. The practice of Judiasm can only go on behind closed doors in a private home.
There is a small synagogue in Dubai which was built for a Jewish business partner of a sheik, but it will never admitted that it exists.
An Israeli stamp in the passport of tourist or someone applying for residency is not a problem..
Great, I would be remiss if I didn't visit Jerusalem at some point during my tenure in the region, huge history buff here