10 worst passports in the Middle East

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The Henley Passport Index has based its rankings on data from IATA.
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  • Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Palestine and Libya figure in the list. But which one is at the bottom?
  • Sudan, Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt are also listed, the latest Henley Passport Index highlights.

The Henley Passport Index, which is considered the standard reference tool for global citizens and sovereign states when assessing where a passport ranks on the global mobility spectrum, recently released the rankings of the the strongest and weakest passports globally.
Japan and Singpore bagged the top spot in terms of the strength of their passports, according to the London-based global citizenship and residence advisory firm.
The passport of both of these countries in theory allows visa-free travel to 192 countries.
Afghanistan’s passport, meanwhile, remained the worst as they could only access 39 destinations.
The Henley Passport Index had based its rankings on data from International Air Transport Association (IATA). The index did not consider temporary restrictions. These may be due to variety of reasons, including the Covid-19 pandemic.
What about the passports of the Arab world? Which passports are the worst in the region? Know the details in this this Explainer video created by TRENDS.
Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Palestine and Libya figure in the list. But which one is at the bottom?
Sudan, Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt are also listed, the latest Henley Passport Index highlights.

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