According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, more than 3.3 million people are employed in the Israeli prison system.
That’s more than double the population of Tel Aviv, the capital of Israel, and about 40% of the Israeli workforce.
And that number is growing.
Since the beginning of the year, Israeli prison officials have added about 400,000 prisoners to the ranks of forced labor.
For a country that has been rocked by a wave of unrest over the past year, the forced labor numbers are a sobering reminder of what can go wrong when a country’s population is growing and its labor force is shrinking.
As Israel’s population continues to swell, its prison system is struggling to keep pace.
Israel’s labor force The number of prisoners serving sentences for crimes such as murder, rape, robbery, kidnapping, assault, burglary and drug possession is growing every year.
The Israeli government reports that as of March, more people were serving sentences in the country’s prisons than in the entire nation of Israel.
The number has been growing for some time, according to the Israeli Prison Service.
But the Israeli government has been trying to keep the numbers under control by increasing the number of inmates and by adding to the number on parole.
In 2015, Israel imposed a law requiring prisoners to serve at least 10 years for crimes, including murder and rape.
The law was initially intended to address a wave in which people were imprisoned without a trial and for many years without charge.
The new law also mandates the mandatory minimum sentences for some crimes, such as rape and robbery, and mandatory minimum sentencing for others, such the attempted murder of a police officer.
The penal code also makes it mandatory for prisoners to attend mandatory training programs, such a mandatory military service and psychological rehabilitation programs.
In the meantime, prison officials are struggling to find new prisoners.
According to a report by the International Federation of the Red Cross, about 2,500 prisoners are currently serving life sentences.
In 2016, the number was 4,800.
While the number has decreased, the prison population has not.
Israeli prisons are overcrowded, with the prison system at capacity.
In January, the Israeli Ministry of Justice released a report claiming that Israeli prisons were the biggest overcrowded prison in the world.
At the time, it cited the increase in inmate population and overcrowding as reasons for overcrowding.
As the prison capacity has grown, so has the number and type of prisoners.
Inmates are forced to work long hours at dangerous jobs, such building, maintaining fences and cleaning up.
Prisoners are also often forced to drink urine and feces, often at night, which can cause them to become ill and die.
Israeli prison workers are also at risk of contracting diseases.
According the UN High Commissioner on Human Rights’ 2016 report, Israel suffers from a high incidence of tuberculosis, pneumonia, hepatitis, malaria, respiratory disease, HIV and HIV-1.
Israel has the highest number of HIV-positive prisoners in the Middle East and Africa.
According a recent report by Israeli Prisoners Association, a union of prisoners, more prisoners are diagnosed with HIV and tuberculosis each year than in any other country in the region.
In 2017, the Prisoners Rights Association reported that some 1,000 people in Israeli prisons contracted HIV, which is the highest rate in the global prison system, and that in the prison systems in the United States and Russia.
Israel incarcerates more prisoners than any other nation in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, where Palestinians live under military rule.
In 2014, the UN Office on Drugs and Crime reported that Israeli prisoners are imprisoned at higher rates than Palestinians in the Palestinian territories.
The UN Office said that prisoners are disproportionately sentenced to longer sentences and harsher punishments, as well as are subjected to more frequent and prolonged solitary confinement, among other forms of mistreatment.
In a separate report, the International Labor Organization, a global labor rights group, found that Israeli prison conditions in the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem, are among the worst in the Golan Heights and Gaza, which are under Israeli military control.
The report noted that Israel’s prison population is the second highest in the Arab world behind that of Jordan.
Israel uses forced labor The prison system in Israel uses a variety of techniques to enforce labor.
According, the Ministry of Prisoners Affairs, prison labor includes forced labor, forced sexual exploitation and other forms.
Prison labor can include: the sale of food and drink in the absence of pay; the confiscation of money; the use of force; the denial of access to housing and other essential services; and the imposition of unpaid work hours.
In some cases, prisoners are also forced to help their family members while in prison.
The Prisoners’ Association of Israel said that in many cases, forced labor is performed by other prisoners, including women and children.
Israel does not have a national prison labor program, and many of the prisoners are from Arab countries.
Israel prisons do not provide information