the High Court of Justice wants the state lottery company to shut down (again) all slot machines in the country.
This was after the High Court of Justice ordered national lottery monopoly Mifal Hapayis to reactivate the 500 slot machines and 150 keno machines
Mifal Hapayis shut down its 500 slot machines and 150 keno machines after it failed to negotiate with the treasury the renewal of its operating license.
Israel's finance minister maintains casino opposition, backs commission report that recommends banning slot machines and race betting.
Israel's finance minister Moshe Kahlon publicly opposes government's plan to build casinos in Eilat, launches crackdown on lottery slots.