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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Israeli passport (Hebrew: da kon) is issued to citizens of the State of Israel for the purpose of international travel and entitles the bearer to the protection of Israel's consular officials overseas. Israeli law allows Israeli citizens to hold foreign passports as well, but requires that the Israeli passport be used when entering and leaving Israel. This regulation was introduced officially into law in 2002, after having been legally contested on several occasions. The first Israeli passport was issued to Golda Meir.The first Israeli passports bore the inscription: "Valid to any country except Germany" (in Hebrew and French). An Israeli citizen who wished to visit Germany had to ask that the words "except Germany" be deleted from his passport. This was done manually by drawing a line on these words. The inscription was changed into "Valid to all countries" shortly after the signing of the Reparations Agreement between Israel and West Germany.
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