“Odd isn’t it that frequent flyers to the Middle East have been politely asking a similar question for the better part of five decades? Except that this query pertains to a ‘Ban on Jews’.
Several Muslim-majority countries in the region and beyond, including the seven expressing outrage on a US-entry ban for their nationals, have had a ban on Israeli nationals for over five decades in the wake of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
These include Algeria, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Yemen. Beyond the Middle East, Bangladesh, Brunei, Malaysia and Pakistan also have similar bans on Israeli passport holders.”