As the Israel Defense Forces prepares to start a large-scale military operation against Hamas and Islamic Jihad, Israel has started to loosen its strict regulations around fast food.
As part of the offensive, the IDF has begun allowing for a small number of restaurants to reopen to the public.
It has allowed for the opening of new restaurants and bars, allowing for food trucks to be allowed to operate.
In a new policy, a group of Israelis are now allowed to go to their local McDonald’s and Dunkin’ Donuts for a coffee and fries.
They can then eat at other restaurants.
On the other hand, for those who can’t visit a particular restaurant, the army has announced a ban on alcohol.
It also announced that all new food trucks would be prohibited from serving alcohol.
In the past, the military has been very strict with restrictions around food.
Since the beginning of the current offensive, however, the Israeli army has loosened its restrictions on alcohol, allowing it to be served at restaurants, cafes and cafes.
In other words, the policy seems to be working.
The IDF says that the increased number of military personnel on the ground has resulted in more and more Israelis visiting restaurants.
“We are seeing more Israelis, especially young Israelis, who are coming to McDonalds and Dunkins and visiting our bases, visiting us at night,” Major-General Yaron Ziv, the head of the IDF’s Civil Defense Corps, told The Jerusalem Times on Thursday.
“We’re seeing a significant increase in the number of Israelis visiting their bases and restaurants.”
In addition, Ziv noted that the number, along with the increased availability of alcohol, has led to a significant rise in Israeli restaurants.
In recent weeks, the number at the Israeli-controlled Gaza border has increased by 30 percent.
On Wednesday, the Israel Air Force carried out a raid against a Hamas military headquarters in the central Gaza Strip.
The operation targeted a weapons cache that was believed to be being stored in the building.
In the course of the raid, the Hamas military command was also reportedly killed, and two of its members were injured.
According to the Israeli military, the weapons cache was located near the village of Beit Lahiya, about 25 kilometers (15 miles) northwest of Gaza City.