TEL AVIV (Feb. 26)
Two Christian Arab brothers-in-law from Nazareth became instant millionaires this week.
They won the $2.5 million jackpot in the weekly soccer pool by guessing correctly the winners of all 14 games.
The sum was the second largest ever paid out by the state-run Payis Lottery.
The winners, who asked that their names not be published, are a 30-year-old newly married hotel employee and his 24-year-old brother-in-law, who works in a carwash. Both said they intend to keep their jobs.
The men invested some $15 between them to complete the 10-column lottery form.