Travel and Tourism - Syria - August 2010
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Located in the heart of the Middle East, Syria is fast opening up to international travel, despite some strong disadvantages over the last few years such as the war in neighbouring Iraq as well as its own negative image within the international political arena. Strong anti-Israeli attitudes, suspected involvement in the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri and accusations of support for militant groups like Hezbollah and Hamas contribute to some of the main obstacles in closing the gap in the relationship between Syria and the world. Some of these factors have a direct effect on tourism as visitors are still advised not to travel to Syria with a passport carrying an entry stamp from Israel.
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