On Tuesday, the Israel Defense Forces released a new budget that included a staggering $3.2 billion increase in its budget, a 7 percent increase in salaries, a 25 percent increase for health care and a $1.8 billion increase for salaries and allowances for reservists.
This is the biggest budget increase in Israel’s history.
The budget increase was approved in a cabinet meeting last month.
It was met with loud cheers and chants of “Viva Israel!”
It also prompted a major increase in protests in the occupied West Bank, with many demanding a return to the pre-1967 lines.
On Tuesday evening, the Israeli government announced that the government would raise its budget to $3 billion in the upcoming fiscal year, a 3.5 percent increase from the $2.9 billion increase that had been in the budget proposal released last month by Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman.
The new budget includes a major escalation in defense spending, which has been one of the most contentious aspects of the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Lieberman’s budget was rejected by the cabinet in November, and he has been pushing for an additional increase in defense expenditures in order to balance the budget.
Israel has been the largest contributor to the annual military budget, and the increase in the funding is a major blow to its ability to meet its obligations to the United States, which pays for over 90 percent of its defense budget.
The IDF has been struggling to find new sources of funding since 2014, when it ran out of money for its ongoing operation in Gaza, which is the main source of its budget.
Since the start of the conflict, the IDF has faced severe budget cuts.
The number of troops that are stationed in Israel has fallen by nearly 40 percent.
Israel’s defense budget, which includes the army and navy, has also fallen by 30 percent, according to the Jerusalem Post.
The Israeli government also has faced a significant increase in unemployment and joblessness, which are increasing at an alarming rate.
As a result, many in the public have become increasingly skeptical about Israel’s commitment to the peace process and its commitment to protecting the Jewish people.
The country is facing dire economic problems and unemployment, with unemployment at a record high of 35 percent.
The Israel Defense Force, which consists of the IDF and the army, has faced major budgetary challenges in recent years.
The defense budget was originally created to defend Israel from a possible nuclear attack by Iran, and then to counter the threat of Islamic State (ISIS) and al-Qaeda, but it has become increasingly difficult to defend the country as a whole.
The army, which was initially tasked with defending Israel from potential attacks by the Palestinian Authority (PA) and Hamas, has been increasingly under pressure from the Israeli security establishment to continue to provide security for Israel, and it has faced accusations of being too cautious in its efforts.
Since 2014, Israel has seen several high-profile security incidents, including the 2014 assassination of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Since then, the Palestinian terrorist group, Hamas, and Islamic Jihad have also targeted Israel, while the Palestinian leadership has taken steps to expand its terror infrastructure.
The Palestinian leadership also has criticized Israel for its military operations in Gaza and the West Bank.
In the past, Israel also faced criticism for its actions in the Sinai Peninsula, including Operation Protective Edge, an operation in which Israel killed over 1,100 Palestinians, most of them soldiers and civilians.
The conflict has also been linked to the rising number of cases of violence against women and girls in Israel.
During the summer of 2015, the number of reported rape cases in Israel reached a high point of 9,000, and women are more likely to be raped than men.
The current tensions in the region have heightened tensions between the Israeli and Palestinian communities in the West, as Palestinians have accused the Jewish state of continuing to engage in colonization and apartheid.
There are also rising fears in Israel about the growing power of Hamas, which the Israeli authorities claim is responsible for the majority of attacks and assaults in the country.
The military has accused Hamas of being responsible for a wave of attacks in the past few years, including dozens of stabbing attacks in which a large number of Israelis were injured or killed.
Israel and Hamas have maintained their positions that they do not have a common enemy, and both have said they will continue to defend each other’s borders and bases in the future.
But the Israeli public has increasingly been demanding that Israel withdraw from the occupied Palestinian territories, a move that could ultimately lead to a complete withdrawal from the region.
The Palestinians in the Gaza Strip have also been angered by Israel’s refusal to allow them to establish a government.
In July, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said that the PA would be allowed to hold elections in the Palestinian territories in two years.
Israel is also expected to grant the Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas, full presidential powers in exchange for his continued support for Israel