Israeli army offers bonuses to reserve troops

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TEL AVIV – According to the Israeli newspaper Maariv, the Israeli Occupation Army is offering bonuses and incentives to motivate its reserve troops to participate in the current siege of Gaza. Reportedly, the Ministry of War Affairs is granting a one-time bonus of up to 1,100 shekels, which is equivalent to $280, to reserve soldiers. Furthermore, an additional 2,000 shekels, or up to $500, will be provided for those with children under 14 years old.اضافة اعلان

The Ministry also plans to increase the daily minimum amount for each reserve day to 300 shekels, equivalent to $70, and intends to provide monthly allowances. Additionally, the enemy's Ministry of War Affairs has allocated 70 million shekels, which amounts to $17 million, to compensate soldiers and their families for financial losses resulting from their participation in the conflict, as reported by Khaberni and Rasd.

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