After international criticism over the binary options business, Israel’s cabinet passed a law approving its ban on Sunday giving the anti-Semitism war a disadvantage. Moshe Kahlon, the Finance Minister, sponsored and submitted the proposed amendment. It was drawn up by several government offices and Israel Security Authority (ISA). Anti-Semitism within and outside the country had increased from the rise of binary options. Even affiliates, as MoneyOnlineThai or ForexFraud.com sites, slowly begin to remove binary option brokers
On January 4th, Lee Barnes, BNP’s head of legal affairs, wrote on his blog to term the act as ‘disinfecting’ Israel for individuals who depict radical support for Islamism. He further went ahead saying more casualties should be expected fighting a war against Islamism for it not to take root in a nation.