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Travelling from Egypt to Jordan and Israel

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We are currently in Cairo for the summer and we have friends who are here from the USA and they would like to tour Jordan(specifically Petra) and go to Israel(Haifa and Jerusalem).

I have looked for flts via Amman and such but it is very expensive.
Does anyone know if you can get from Amman to Israel via land, ie they would fly to Amman and tour there go overland to Haifa and then fly back to Cairo from Tel Aviv.

Also, years ago when I was working at the airlines a person couldn't enter Israel if they had a visitors visa stamp from Egypt in their passport. Does this still apply (can't find any info on this either).

Any info you can give will be greatly appreciated.

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