Yes if you make it stoop and remove all the baggage.
The gates of Jerusalem are called the eye of the needle and camels are just to big to get through so the only way to do so is above in the day time but at night it must go through the smaller gate which meant it would have to crawl on its hands and knees unencumbered.
Alternatively the story goes that the saying derives from the Greek word kamilos but when translated into Latin it became kamelos meaning camel. So thus can you get a camel through the eye of a needle and it depends on which translation to whether you can.
Catydid999 answers: In the Bible when Jesus said that He was most likely referring to the small gates in the city wall used during the night. I have actually been to Jerusalem and seen one of these gates and they are very small. Since I am only 55" and I had to stoop a lot to get through it I do believe a camel would have more trouble than I did. Jesus used this example to show that it is VERY hard to believe in Him and enter the Kingdom of God. / reply