A electrician working at a residential complex in the southern Israeli city of Beit Hanina has called on residents to stop living in silence, after a new wave of earthquakes hit the area in recent weeks.
In a video posted to Facebook on Friday, the electrician, who did not give his full name, described the seismic activity as “very scary.”
“I’m so tired,” he said.
“It’s not a quiet night, it’s a loud night.
You can hear the people who live next door, you can hear people in the street, but you don’t hear the noises of the people in your home.”
I am scared because it’s my neighborhood.
It’s my home.
My neighbors and my family are all in there.
“The earthquake was centered about 100 kilometers (62 miles) northeast of Beidoun, on the coast of the Gaza Strip.
The Israeli military said on Saturday that it was not aware of any casualties or damage in the region.