In the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris, the Israeli government has launched a new round of reforms that would require new cards issued to all people over the age of 18.
The cards would be issued in Hebrew or English, with the Israeli identity card being the first.
The cards would feature a QR code that would enable the holder to scan their card and send it to a designated bank or another service provider.
Israel’s security minister, Moshe Ya’alon, said in March that the new system would be rolled out by the end of the year.
However, it is unclear if this will be rolled-out as of now or whether the new cards will be made available at all.
There are a number of new requirements for new cards that are set to be introduced this month, including the fact that they must be issued by a company that is authorised to issue them.
This is the first time the government has decided to require a new card to be issued with a fingerprint, rather than a photo.
Israel’s identity card, which was designed in the late 1980s and early 1990s, was used to track the location of Palestinian terrorists.
In the 1990s and 2000s, Israeli authorities began cracking down on terrorist financing.
A new security card is designed to keep track of the transactions in the country.
While most Israelis are familiar with the country’s official identity card as the one issued to them, many are still unaware that it is being phased out and replaced with a more secure and personalized system.
Israel is also introducing a new security system to make it easier to track foreign visitors in the nation.
The government said on Tuesday that visitors will be required to provide a government-issued photo ID, such as a passport, driving license or social security card.
The government’s plan comes as a result of a surge in terrorist activity in the Arab world, with attacks in Israel and the Gaza Strip in recent weeks.
In response, Israel has increased the number of checkpoints around the Gaza border and deployed hundreds of soldiers on the border.
The Israeli government is also seeking to increase security for its Jewish communities, particularly the Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
Israel has been expanding the security forces in recent months, including creating special units to patrol Jewish neighborhoods in the city of Jerusalem.