The earthquake was felt in central Israel, including Jerusalem, on Wednesday night.
There were no reported injuries or damage after a 4.6 magnitude earthquake.
The Geophysical Institute has announced that the earthquake epicenter was at sea, between Hadera and Haifa, about 200 kilometers from the Israeli coast. The earthquake struck Israel at 19:53.
David Bulka, a resident of Mevasseret Zion, told Arutz Sheva"Our three shook, I felt dizzy ten seconds, it was very strong and surprising."
The last earthquake in Israel occurred in January of this year. At that time, it was a tremor of 3.6 degrees north of the country.