The Israeli government is hoping to replace its water heating furnace with a cheaper, and cheaper, unit.

In recent years, Israel has been looking for ways to cut costs in order to maintain its industrial infrastructure.

The country is one of the most expensive to operate in the world, according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

The Israeli Air Force is one example of the country’s industrial problems.

The IDF has spent decades buying fuel and parts for the countrys largest aircraft carriers.

The cost of purchasing and maintaining these aircraft is astronomical, and the air force has been spending billions of dollars on a costly fleet of ships to support the aircraft carriers’ maintenance.

Israel is currently struggling to meet its needs for fuel.

As the country has been struggling to keep up with rising fuel prices, the Israeli government has been pushing to replace some of its military vehicles with cheaper, less-expensive models.

Recently, the country began to sell cheaper gas-fired diesel vehicles, and has begun to use cheaper, more efficient natural gas engines to power its nuclear reactors.

The government has also started building nuclear reactors, and plans to begin producing plutonium-based fuel rods in 2019.

The cost of building and maintaining a water heater is not an inexpensive problem.

The water heater furnaces in Israel cost over $10,000 per year to maintain, according a 2014 report by the Center for International Policy.

The costs vary widely depending on the type of boiler, the type and size of the boiler, and even the type, type and number of pumps that need to be installed in order for the water heater to function.

According to Israel’s Interior Ministry, the water heating furnaces were built in the 1950s and 1960s and were mostly used to heat homes, apartments, and other buildings in Israel.

But they were also used to power the country from the 1950 and 1960 to 1970s, and were also the source of fuel for the national fleet of aircraft carriers, which operated for more than 50 years.

The navy is a key part of Israel’s industrial infrastructure, and its vessels, which are also part of its defense arsenal, are a major source of funding for Israel.

Israel’s military aircraft carrier, the Iron Dome, was designed and built in Israel and is the largest weapons system in the Middle East.

The Navy, as a whole, has a budget of over $2.5 billion annually, and as of April, it has more than 10,000 aircraft.

The Air Force’s nuclear submarine fleet is also heavily dependent on the Israeli military.

The air force’s nuclear-powered submarines are also among Israel’s biggest sources of funding.

The air force is also facing increasing pressure from the United States, which is pushing the country to abandon its nuclear weapons program.

The Israeli air force maintains a fleet of nuclear-armed aircraft carriers that can deliver nuclear weapons, but they are also subject to sanctions from the international community for their weapons-building activities.

Israel’s nuclear submarines have been heavily used to deliver nuclear warheads to the Middle Eastern nations, and Israel has also deployed its nuclear missiles on Israeli submarines in the past.

The United States is also working to pressure Israel to stop using its nuclear submarines to deliver missiles to the region, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has even said that he would “cut” all of his countrys nuclear weapons if he could.

Israel currently maintains nearly 2,400 nuclear warheads, and it is believed that the country could have as many as 3,000 missiles by the end of the century.