Location: ATL/SVO/OVB/MSQ/DOK (but not at the moment)
Programs: DL DM (MM), SU Gold, SPG Plat, Marriott Gold, IHG Plat, LH Never Ever Again!
Never been there and don't know for sure but my colleagues tell me that in TLV they don't stamp your passport if you don't want them to just because of this reason. Either they stamp a piece of paper and you keep that as your proof or they just don't stamp you at all.
I'm sure plenty of folks will clear this up for you. Both of those are pretty common destinations.
You should not have any problems. Israel has a special agreement with UAE. You can also find more info at US travel information website. don't know the link at this time, but will post once by my desktop.
Not exactly. While they won't prevent your entry with an Israeli stamp - Israeli passport holders are not admitted.
Some Israeli passport holders are admitted .... and even more are admitted when using something besides their Israeli passports. Generally, however, an Israeli stamp is not an issue at DXB that prevents entry; usuing an Israeli passport to enter the UAE would require special handling not generally applicable to most Israeli nationals.
Like TSA, DL SkyMiles management treats airline customers as if they are the enemy or sheep to be fleeced and it shows.
I had no problem visiting Abu Dhabi and Dubai with my passport scattered with highly visible Israeli stamps. Though I was not able to get a visa to Oman about 2 years ago--maybe things could have changed since then.