Which Israeli government travel advisory sign is most helpful?
Israel’s foreign ministry said Thursday it has approved the publication of an advisory sign that advises the public to be aware of any potential threats to public order, as the country prepares for its 70th anniversary celebrations.
The government has long warned that the event, known as Passover, will bring “serious consequences” to the country and the entire world.
Last week, the ministry said in a statement that the advisory sign would be published on social media by the government and will help “avoid confusion and to avoid misunderstandings.”
The sign will warn people not to enter Israel or travel to the holy sites in Jerusalem and other sites.
It is a part of a government plan to make sure the country is safe during the celebration.
The government also issued a statement last month that it was preparing a security plan for Passover.
Israel has seen a number of attacks in recent months.
An attacker detonated an explosive device in a bus near the Western Wall on Monday, injuring eight people.
On Tuesday, an Israeli soldier was killed in a shooting near the Old City in Jerusalem, while another soldier was injured in a stabbing attack on Wednesday.
Israel’s Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef warned on Friday that the country was facing “an existential threat” from Islamic State militants.