Earthquake at sea causes tremors on Israeli coast and Jerusalem
The Geophysical Institute reported an earthquake of 4.6 magnitude on the Richter scale on Wednesday causing tremors but no damage along the Israeli coast and central regions. Its epicenter was in the Mediterranean Sea about 200 km from the Israeli coast.
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Very dangerous situation for our jolly saint Al-Aqsa Mosque!
The compound is not only on the land of the Israelis (not very much a Muslim populace) and in a zone reputed for strong earthquakes.
The 1927 Jericho earthquake, not a strong one, caused heavy damage to the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
But, there were stronger earthquakes in the past.
The mosque was completely destroyed by an earthquake in 746 and rebuilt by the Abbasid caliph al-Mansur in 754. It was rebuilt again in 780. Another earthquake destroyed most of al-Aqsa in 1033, but two years later the Fatimid caliph Ali az-Zahir built another mosque in its place.
Should we simply wait for another big one, or act preventive now and save the saint mosque?
@Nasreddin – …and when it happens again it’ll be rebuilt by rich Abrabs.
Today’s earthquake was in fact an attack executed by the Iranian Special Forces in conjunction with Top Secret Russian KGB Geological Weapons Program. Carefully planned it was designed not to cause any serious damage. It was meant as a warning. Next time a properly placed devices might unleash a Catastrophic Tsunami against the Israeli coast.
Debka will reveal details of this Incredible Development in the upcoming Special Edition Report available to our subscribing members.
Its not true ; The geological tsunami was result of underwater not so control explosion of that drowned submarine , that was drugged underwater to Israeli or Cyprus shore for salvage .
somewhere in scriptures sez tidal wave covers gaza
‘…water shall flood the hiding place.’
scripture sez tidal wave for gaza
Behold God [has] a strong and powerful [wind], like a downpour of hail, a storm of destruction, like a stream of powerful, flooding water, He lays it on the land with [His] hand.
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Remember the David Letterman show? As a gag, he dumped objects with tiny perforations into some soda water or something. There was a liquid upsurge and explosion outward, soaking the stage. It was a physical reaction, not a chemical one.
Imagine a military engineering feat that would allow something like that, but with billions or trillions times the power. Dumped some kilometers off a coast, yes, there would be destructive tsunamis, indeed.