In an effort to keep the species alive and thriving, the government has decided to introduce new laws.
The first new law is called the National Parks and Fish Management Act.
This law will govern the use of all national parks and all fish in them, including saltwater fish and shrimp.
In addition, it will prohibit the importation of any fish or shellfish from any other country.
It will also impose a strict time limit for any commercial fish or shrimp that is imported to Israel.
“The law requires that we treat saltwater, freshwater, and salt water fish and shellfish equally,” the Ministry of Health said in a statement on Monday.
Shedding light on the current status of the fish is a good way to ensure the species is protected and that there is no danger to public health.
This is especially important given the fact that there are already several regulations that are in place to protect fish species.
Fish caught in the Mediterranean Sea are considered an invasive species and will be subject to stringent measures to stop them from reaching the West Bank.
Since the 1970s, Israel has taken a very tough line on illegal imports from the region.
Currently, the import of wild sea turtles, turtles, and fish from Turkey, Lebanon, and Gaza has been banned by the Israeli government.
But as more and more countries in the region have begun to take a more liberal approach towards importing fish, the Israeli fisheries ministry is hoping that this new law will be an effective tool to ensure fish from these countries are not imported into the country.
The new law does not go into effect until February 1.
While it is the first of its kind in Israel, it is likely to face criticism from environmentalists.
One of the main concerns that has been voiced by conservationists is that this law will allow for more imports of fish from countries that are not in compliance with environmental regulations.
According to an environmental group, the new law “allows for fish that have been caught illegally and has been subjected to harsh environmental tests, and that have already been caught and are currently in the wild.”
According the environmental group WWF-Israel, the law “would allow for a surge of fish imports in the short term and would exacerbate the situation in the long term.”
The environmental group added that the bill is “clearly not a good policy, it would lead to more illegal fishing and increase the risks to fish populations and the environment.”
The government has said that it will enforce all environmental regulations and will use all the means at its disposal to stop fish from entering Israel.