I'm visiting Israel in the end of June. While my main focus would be Israel I would love to visit Petra for a day or two.
My concern is related with the fact that I have another trip planned for later this year to Dubai, UAE. I know that some Arab countries (UAE included) do not permit an entry visa if you have an Isreali stamp in your passport. My understanding is that this has been solved by Israeli authorities by putting their stamp on a separate piece of paper. HOWEVER, the issue of Jordanian passport control stamping your passport on the way in and out (and hence showing signs of you being in Israel) still remains. Am I wrong? Is there a similar practice in Jordan to stamo a separate piece of paper? or maybe there is another way to avoid future problems with passport controlsof Arab countries?
Any adviceswould be appreciated. Thank you in advance!