The health insurance plan of Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu, which covers doctors, nurses, pharmacists and pharmacists, is a popular policy among many Israelis.
It is also being challenged by many Israelis who say the plans are too generous.
The plan covers all of Israel’s public hospitals, and it also covers health care for the Jewish state’s own citizens.
Its coverage comes from a combination of government funding and private donations.
The plan was first approved by the previous government in 2008, but was amended in 2012 and 2015.
It covers doctors in Israel, doctors in the US and some doctors in Germany.
In the United States, doctors can obtain a doctor’s note that lists their occupation and their medical license number, and the health insurance plans can also include an online search for their medical licenses.
The plan can also cover medical care for foreign patients, and foreign citizens can get their health insurance from the Israeli Health Ministry, the Israeli Foreign Ministry said.
But some Israeli citizens and citizens of the European Union say the plan is too generous, and are arguing that it should be expanded to cover the entire Jewish population, or at least for all Israelis.
A group of about 10 European Parliamentarians, who represent Israel’s European Jewish community, recently submitted a petition to the parliament calling on the Israeli government to make it easier for Jews living in Europe to receive health insurance.
The group said it would not accept the plan unless it was expanded to include all Jews.
The parliamentarians’ petition, which was submitted to the Knesset on February 26, said that Israel is the only country in the world that does not allow Jewish doctors and nurses to practice in the United Kingdom, and that it is a “moral duty” for Israel to recognize the right of all citizens to receive care and treatment from Israeli medical professionals.
The group said that if Israel did not provide for medical care to all its citizens, it would lose “the moral high ground and the prestige of the country and its Jews.”
“Israel is a Jewish state, and this is what the Jews do, and Israel is a democratic state and the Jews are the ones who decide the rules of the state,” said Nadia Bensouda, the parliamentary group’s secretary general.
“I am not asking for the whole population, but I am asking for all the Jewish people, who are part of this Jewish community,” she added.
Bensoudas petition also calls for Israel’s government to take steps to increase its investment in health care and for the Israeli health ministry to establish a separate program for Jewish citizens who have foreign medical licenses and to develop a national health insurance program for Jews.
According to the plan, Israel’s health insurance companies must provide all medical care regardless of nationality.
But it does not require health insurance for Jews or Arabs, and only provides health care to Israelis and their children, who pay a premium of 2 percent of their annual income.
The Israeli government has said it will increase its investments in health and other public services, but there is little indication that these investments will be enough to meet the cost of covering all citizens.
Israel’s Ministry of Finance said in January that it was aiming to spend $400 million annually on health care by 2020.
The health insurance company for the prime minister, which is part of the government’s health system, has denied that its plan is biased toward Jewish citizens, saying that it only covers non-Jewish residents of Israel and does not cover Arabs, Palestinians or non-Jews living in other countries.
The health plan for the head of the Israeli National Health Insurance Authority, which also has a national insurance system, is also a Jewish-only policy.
The Health Ministry did not respond to a request for comment.
The ministry said it does support Jewish-owned health insurance, but that it does “not require the inclusion of a specific religion in the national insurance policy.”
Bensoula said the plan was not intended to exclude non-Israelis, but rather to “make it possible for Israeli citizens to get all the health care they need.”
The group’s petition to parliament, which has been circulating since late February, has gathered more than 15,000 signatures.
The petition also says that the plan does not include health care that is not covered by other national health plans, such as the national health system.
It also asks the parliamentarians to set up a commission to explore how the plan could be improved.
The government has yet to respond to the petition.