Jerusalem is included as a separate entity from "Israel" in the guidelines for traveling abroad in Scotland.

The warning stated that "travelers who arrive in Scotland from Israel and Jerusalem now must quarantine upon arrival for a period of 10 days," noting that Israel and Jerusalem are separate.

After this step, the pro-Israel lobby called on the government of Scotland to correct the travel warning, claiming that Jerusalem is the capital of 'Israel', and includes Jerusalem and 'Israel' together.
Pro-Israel activist David Collier said he will register a formal complaint the next time he goes to Scotland.

This is not the first time that the pro-Israel lobby has attacked countries that include Jerusalem and 'Israel' separately.

Last month, they attacked the UK government for the same reason, saying the decision was "offensive and hostile".

As some pro-Israel supporters said: "The Foreign Ministry’s decision to define Jerusalem as a separate region from Israel is an enemy and incorrect decision, and it must be reversed."
Friends of Israel in the UK said that describing Jerusalem as anything other than an integral part of Israel is a fiction disconnected from reality and the travel advice should be corrected immediately.