Advertising trips outside of Israel in parashah sheets

Q: Is it permissible to advertise trips outside of Israel in the parashah sheets which are disturbed in shul in Israel? After all, it is only permissible to leave Israel under particular circumstances.
A: It is certainly forbidden. It is forbidden to leave Israel for a vacation. It is permissible to temporarily leave Israel to make a livelihood, learning Torah, or get married but not for a trip. We obviously do not throw stones at someone who leaves Israel for a trip, but advertising, encouraging and enticing others is a different matter entirely. I remember that there was once a letter from a reader in one of the parashah sheets which said: I don't understand – there was an article from Ha-Rav Mordechai Eliyahu stating that it is forbidden to leave Israel for a vacation and below it there was an advertisement for trips outside of Israel. A contradiction on the same page. They answer him: There is no contradiction. The article comes from the Halachaha department and the ad comes from the advertisement department. I was not convinced by the response. How is it permissible to advertise forbidden activities? There are parashah sheets which do not advertise trips outside of Israel such as "Be-Ahavah U-Be-Emunah" of Machon Meir and "Ma'ayanei Ha-Yeshu'ah" and others. And we need to understand that they lose a lot of money since parashah sheets survive by the advertizing. There are travel agencies who organize trips both outside of Israel and within Israel and they say: You either publish them all or none. We support those who do not encourage Jews to do something which is against the Halachah even when they lose money.