Fox news published an interesting article titled 9 Travel Sites Where Photography Is Not Allowed. Guess what? None of them are in Israel.

Now that’s not to say that there are no “No Photography” zones in Israel. There are. However, they are typically restricted to military installations and people who don’t want their photos taken. So, join a Discipleship Travel LLC trip to Israel and take all the photos you want!

Oh, the nine travels sites that forbid photography are 1) The Main Reading Room at the Library of Congress; the Taj Mahal; the Amish communities of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; the Rosslyn Chapel of Da Vinci Code fame; the Valley of the Kings in Egypt; the Emirates Palace Hotel in the United Arab Emirates; the Bachkovo Monastery in Bulgaria; the Golden Gai District in Tokyo; and Lenin’s Mausoleum in Moscow’s Red Square.