How to travel to Israel on Friday, October 12
On Friday, September 30, thousands of Israelis will be allowed to travel on Israeli roads.
They can take public transportation, walk, or bike in Israel, though it will still be possible to use buses or public transportation.
The roads are set to open from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m., while the roads will be open to cars from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
For those traveling by car, the only restrictions are the rules regarding the length of the trip and the distance from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv.
For the rest of the country, it is possible to travel as long as you like and do not need a permit.
The roads will also be open during the holy Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha.
The road closures, however, will not be enforced during the Eid festivities, which begin on Sunday.
There are a few other ways to visit Israel, including visiting the Jewish state, visiting places such as Yad Vashem and visiting Jewish cemeteries.
It is worth noting that, as of Monday, October 1, you are still not allowed to cross the border from Jordan.
For more travel information and advice, visit the IsraelTravel website.
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