Sports fans are very happy to be able to watch Israeli athletes compete.
In Israel, there is a sport called kashrut, in which the Israeli military is the official sport.
The Israeli military uses the term kashrir, which is the Hebrew for “military.”
In the context of sports, kashrit is a reference to the military’s role as an occupying power in the land.
But in reality, keshrut is about sport.
Sports is not a primary or a main focus of the Israeli army, nor is it even considered an important part of Israeli society.
The military uses kashrg (jungle sports) to test recruits, recruit the best soldiers, and train them for their future careers in the military.
Sports are also very popular among Israelis, especially young people, who tend to be more interested in sports.
The Israel Defense Forces, or IDF, has traditionally been a mostly male-dominated force.
But sports and kashrast are becoming increasingly popular with young Israeli men, especially among young people in their 20s and 30s.
The IDF has become increasingly interested in sport over the past few years.
In 2008, the IDF opened a new training center, which was later renamed “Sport in Training,” to train young men.
The center’s first training center was built in the town of Kibbutz Nahal Oz in the southern Negev desert.
The new training complex was opened in the northern town of Shilo in the Galilee region.
In 2014, the center opened in Eilat, a nearby town.
Since the establishment of the center, the IDF has been training hundreds of thousands of young people at the training center every day.
Sports in Training, which opened in 2013, has trained hundreds of soldiers every day in an effort to expand the army’s training capabilities.
During the IDF’s annual army drill, which began in November 2013, more than 300 soldiers from the training camp participated in the drill, according to IDF spokesperson Lt.
Col. Peter Lerner.
The IDF is also using sports as an opportunity to promote and strengthen the IDF.
In July 2017, the military officially introduced a new sports program called “Kashruta” (Kashrit in Hebrew) which aims to develop the army and strengthen its physical and mental abilities.
The program aims to equip young people with a variety of physical and psychological abilities.
One of the goals of the program is to encourage physical and psychosocial development.
The goal is to equip soldiers to become better soldiers.
This program aims at preparing soldiers to serve in a variety in military roles and also develop the soldiers’ mental abilities and skills.
The aim of the training program is also to develop military officers’ abilities to deal with various types of situations and to be prepared for military situations in the future.
The training program also focuses on the training of young soldiers to improve their physical and emotional abilities.
As of December 2017, there were more than 1,000 soldiers participating in the program.
Training in the new Kashruti program is part of a larger plan by the IDF to strengthen the military and its ability to combat terrorism.
The Kashrit program aims for soldiers to acquire skills in their physical ability, the psychological abilities, and to strengthen their leadership skills.
These skills are critical to combatting terrorism and helping the army fight other terrorist organizations, according the IDF Spokesperson.
According to a statement from the IDF, training has been going on at the new training facility in Ein Kibbet since 2013.
The facility opened in January 2017 and is located in Einav, a town located in the Negevi Desert, which sits on the border of the Gaza Strip.
During its opening, the facility also opened the IDF Academy in Eivat, which aims at developing military skills in the IDF and in its communities.
The academy aims to prepare graduates to serve as soldiers in the Israeli Defense Forces.
A training center is also located in Shilo, which lies within the Neah Gush Etzion bloc of the Nehal Sheva region, which includes the Golan Heights and the Jordan Valley.
The location of the academy is close to the Israeli border and it has been operating for some time.
During last summer’s summer Olympics, the Israeli athletes competed in the Olympic Games in Rome, Italy, and the Israeli Olympic Committee (IOAC) announced plans to open an academy in the city of Eilath in the coming years.
The IAC has a similar plan in mind.
The Eilam Academy, which has been in operation since 2016, will serve as a training facility for future IDF soldiers.
The Hebrew-language website for the academy says that it is open to both male and female recruits.
According the academy’s website, the academy aims at strengthening the IDF by preparing young men and women to lead the IDF in the field.
It is open every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and it is located near the Shilo training center.