During negotiations on the conscription law, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu proposed setting a quota of 2,500 ultra-Orthodox conscripts per year.

According to reports from Keshet and Kan, the proposal arose during a meeting involving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Justice Minister Yariv Levin, and government legal adviser Gali Baharav Miara.

The Prime Minister's Office clarified, stating, "The data mentioned are not proposals from the Prime Minister, but rather reflect the current situation."

Unofficial figures indicate that between 1,200 and 1,800 ultra-Orthodox individuals are conscripted into the IDF each year, while around 8,000 young men from ultra-Orthodox families become eligible for conscription.

Sources within Likud reveal that the legal adviser is demanding the inclusion of the annual number of ultra-Orthodox conscripts in the bill's text.

Conversely, Shas and Ya'adut HaTorah oppose the inclusion of specific quotas in the bill. Prior to the meeting with the government's legal adviser, Benjamin Netanyahu was slated to meet with representatives of Shas and Ya'adut HaTorah, but these meetings were postponed.