A 4.2 magnitude earthquake struck the northern Kinneret area on Friday, according to the Geophysical Institute of Israel, making it the second to rattle the area in less than a week.  The quake was felt at 11:52 am, which was also said to rumble Tiberias and northern Nazareth. Benny Sho’an, a 64-year-old resident from Tiberias, said he was sitting on his balcony overlooking the Sea of Galilee when the earthquake struck.

“We felt the table move and the cup of coffee started moving,” he said. “We have already become used to this.” “Nitzah Caspi from Kfar Tavor, a village in the Lower Galilee region, said: “I felt the shaking in the house. The bed just jumped. I have a seismic warning device and recently it has been going off non-stop. It beeps the moment there is an earthquake. It’s the third time that I have really felt the earthquake.” READ MORE