Earthquake registering 4.3 shakes Israel; no injuries
By Haaretz Service
An earthquake registering 4.3 on the Richter scale shook Israel on Monday morning. No injuries or damage were reported.
“I don’t think we need to worry,” said Ephraim Levy, the acting director of the Geophysical Institute of Israel.
The earthquake originated in the Jordan Valley and was felt in cities including Nahariya, Haifa, Tel Aviv and Rehovot, Israel Radio reported.
A minor earthquake hit Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian areas early on Monday but no injuries or damages were reported.
The tremor measured 4.3 on the Richter scale, causing beds to shake in the West Bank town of Jericho. The epicentre of the quake was in the Jordanian town of Dir Alla in the northern Jordan Valley.
Now just HOW the Jordanian government managed to cause these earthquakes (in an obvious conspiracy to distract it’s citizens from rising global prices)…I do not know
but have no fear…
I’m on the case
Didn’t many say its impossible to predict an earthquake?
Nas, you are SO funny. Can I quote your other earthquake article for a blog contest I am entering?
SC, well if cats and dogs acting strangly is any indication of an approaching earthquake I think that given the state of the world we have some kind of technology that can predict these things.
kinzi, what are you talking about?
Hi Nas, I thought you wrote a post about the earthquake ‘prediction’ scare where people were in the street at 3am. Maybe I mixed you up with Nasimjo back then, as I can’t find what I was looking for in your archives. 🙂
(I didn’t win, either. Evangelicals didn’t get it :S)