As of a 2014 country report on Israel by the World Health Organization there are currently no bans or regulations on e-cigarettes.
As vaping is uncommon in Israel, it is likely that exhaled vapor will often be confused with cigarette smoking and will garner a negative response if used where cigarettes are prohibited.
We suggest that you at least abide by current smoking laws until further information is gathered from the embassy. (Available in the tab below)
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All Laws & Regulations
Israel became a Party to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control on November 22, 2005.
Smoke Free Places: Smoking is prohibited in a few specified indoor public places and indoor workplaces, including hospitals, childcare facilities and preschools, and primary and secondary schools. The law permits designated smoking rooms in other indoor public places and indoor workplaces, such as malls, restaurants, bars, pubs, and nightclubs. Smoking is also prohibited in specified forms of public transport, including trains, buses, and taxis.