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Epicenter of minor earthquake in Lebanon - Nov 20, 2016

A minor earthquake in Lebanon which measured 3.6 on the Richter scale was felt by residents of Tsfat and the Galil in Israel overnight.

The earthquake happened at 1:37 AM around its epicenter was around 10 kilometers east of Tzur (Tyre) and west of Metula (Metulla).


On the Israeli chat boards it set off a series of jokes about spillovers from Lebanon, Hezbollah tunnel digging, and Cholent.

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