TEHRAN (AFP) - Iran's parliament on Monday approved legislation to severely increase punishment for Iranian citizens who dare to travel to the lands of arch-foe Israel. Under the new law, any Iranian who visits Israel will face a jail term of two to five years, while they will also be banned from holding a passport for three to five years, the official IRNA news agency reported. In the past, the punishment for such travels was one to three months in jail but heavier sentences have been imposed in some cases.