Photo Credit: Asher Schwartz

Israelis experienced their third earthquake (plus an aftershock) in a row today, the latest at 10:49 PM.

This earthquake measured an estimated 4.7 on the Richter scale. It’s epicenter was southwest of Tiveria, just north of Kfar Kama, at a depth of 5 km.


There are no reports of injuries or damage.

In case of a major earthquake there are certain steps you can take that may keep you safer.

The best place to be in case of an earthquake is outside in an open area.


If you are inside a building:

1) Go to the bomb shelter and the leave the door open.
2) If there’s no bomb shelter, go inside a stairwell, and if possible, get to the ground floor.
3) If no other options are available, take cover under a heavy piece of furniture, or sit on the floor, next to an inside wall.

Share this article on WhatsApp:

Previous articleRussia, Syria Resume Attack on Dara’a as Talks with Rebels Fail
Next articleThe Power of Bottom-Up Peacemaking Through Prosperity – Beyond the Matrix [audio] brings you the latest in Jewish news from around the world. Stay up to date by following up on Facebook and Twitter. Do you have something noteworthy to report? Submit your news story to us here.