IsraAid is working to restore access to safe water for some 1,400 people who saw 206 homes destroyed and 140 severely damaged by the disaster.
"I ran fast over there, despite the sandstorm and the rain on the beach, and when I got to her, I thought she was dead."
According to Israel's meteorological service forecast, the weather will continue to be stormy, and until Saturday afternoon there is fear of flooding in the eastern streams.
At present, the water level is just 0.21 meters higher than the historic lowest water level ever measured in the Kinneret.
It will be sunny on Wednesday and Thursday, but the freezing kind of north-eastern sunny.
Another strong wind event now threatens to fuel the firestorm all the way into Tuesday, according to AccuWeather.
The streams running from the north no longer provide water to the Kinneret, which loses one centimeter (0.4 inch) of water a day to evaporation.
Paramedics from the Magen David Adom emergency medical service worked to resuscitate the child after he was pulled from the water, and rushed him to Soroka Medical Center.
The crisis occurred after their vehicles were suddenly stranded in a flash flood in the area, along the southern section of the Dead Sea.
“At this time the soldiers are wrapping up rescue operation and will continue to search for those who are still missing to the best of their ability as the weather conditions permit in the area of the flood zone.”
The Israel Nature and Parks Authority on Thursday issued flood warning and safety rules in light of the weather forecast which predicts floods in the country's southern and eastern rivers.
Due to the weather forecast and the high risk of floods in the Dead Sea region, the Israel Nature and Parks Authority closed the Ein Gedi Nature Reserve to travelers.
The Crane Project helps preserve farmland from suffering damage as a result of the cranes’ voracious appetites and heavy traffic in the fields.
"We stocked up on food and water ... we have a generator, powered by gas or propane ... and we'll use it to power the freezer to keep the food from spoiling, hopefully long enough till the electricity comes back."
This time it wasn't from rockets.
The Water Authority's recent models for the autumn indicate a chance of yet another drought year.
Tel Aviv University researchers say data could be harnessed to forecast flash floods and other natural disasters.
More than 350 people have been killed since the monsoon season began at the end of May; at least 220 of them since August 8.
The "Chaverim" Jewish assistance organization reported many people were trapped in flooded vehicles, and that numerous basements were totally under water.
Some 300 campers and their families are fervently hoping it will still be there by next year.
A 3.7 magnitude earthquake was felt along the Sea of Galilee on Friday, at 11:51 AM.
Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon signed the approval on Wednesday.
The Kinneret region has been hit by a number of earthquakes over the past few weeks.
According to the Geophysical Institute of Israel (GII), the quake registered 3.2 on the Richter scale.
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