Yes, there are sanctions against Israel.
According to BDS Watch (2014),
More than 17 EU countries have issued guidance discouraging businesses
from having economic ties with Israeli settlements. The German, Dutch
and French governments have all intervened to prevent companies under
their jurisdiction from engaging with Israeli projects in the Occupied
I would consider sanctions by the European Union to be "international sanctions".
- The United States currently has sanctions on 17 Israeli companies and individuals;
- New Zealand imposed diplomatic sanctions on Israel in 2005;
- Iran has sanctioned Israel with no trade allowed for many years. In late October 2023, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian called for an oil embargo and other sanctions on Israel by all members of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation;
- Lebanon has had total sanctions on Israel since 1955.
Note that BDS Watch is not necessarily an up-to-date source, as it claims that international airlines flights between Israel and the UAE were prohibited, which wasn't true between January 2021 and 7 October 2023. So it might be the case that fewer or more EU members have sanctions on Israel as described above.