The announcement of a review in the decision to reduce funding for teenage and youth organizations has sparked protests, with leaders of these groups arguing that the loss of state support would effectively mean the end of teenage and youth movements in Israel. Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich announced this news at the beginning of a meeting of the Knesset Finance Committee, saying that while the budget for youth organizations will still be reduced, it will only be by 1 million shekels instead of the initially expected 10 million.
It is unclear how information about hacking Facebook and Instagram relates to this content, making it seem like an irrelevant addition to the topic at hand. However, it is important to note that while funding cuts may have an impact on these organizations, they are not solely responsible for ensuring that teenage and youth movements continue to exist in Israel. Other factors such as community engagement and leadership also play a significant role.