Strong earthquake hit Jerusalem and its environs causing great damages.
Strong earthquake hit the central mountain ranges of Palestine and the Jordan Valley causing the death of around 30,000 people.
30 and 33 AD:
Slight earthquakes hit Jerusalem and its environs.
Destructive earthquake hit Jerusalem and its environs.
Severe earthquake hit Palestine and caused destruction in Jerusalem and its environs.
Moderate to severe earthquake hit Palestine and caused severe damage in Jerusalem and its environs.
631 or 632:
Widespread destruction in Palestine due to a severe earthquake with aftershocks that lasted 30 days.
Tens of thousands killed throughout Palestine following a destructive earthquake causing much damage in Jerusalem and its environs.
A wave of severe earthquakes over a period of 40 days hit Palestine and was felt from Syria to Egypt causing much damage throughout the country including Jerusalem and its environs.
Moderate to severe earthquake hit the central mountain ranges of Palestine.
Severe earthquake hit Palestine and was felt from Syria to Egypt causing much damage in Jerusalem and its environs.
Hundreds of people killed throughout Palestine following a severe earthquake that hit Palestine.
Severe earthquake hit Palestine and Syria causing the death of 10,000 to 40,000 people.
An earthquake with Safad being its epicenter hit Palestine causing the death of thousands and the complete destruction of many towns and villages. Moderate damages were reported in Bethlehem.
Winter of 1919 witnessed a big snow storm in Palestine.
A destructive earthquake measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale left between 250 to 500 casualties, including 4 killed in Bethlehem, and causing damage to hundreds of buildings.
A big earthquake hit the area of Bethlehem.
Strong earthquake hit Palestine including Bethlehem.
February 11: On the morning of Wednesday February 11, 2004, at approximately 10:15, an earthquake measuring 4.7 on the Richter scale hit parts of the West Bank and Palestine. There were no reported casualties, except for some minor indirect injuries and small damage to some buildings. The earthquake extended from the Dead Sea to throughout the West Bank and to the northern Lake of Tiberius. While it only lasted a few seconds, it sent people streaming into the streets in panic. In Bethlehem, there were minor damages to old buildings, like cracks in the ceilings. Part of the roof of the Lutheran Christmas Church (on Madbaseh Square) fell off, but no one was hurt.
March 19: An earthquake hit the area of Tiberius (north of Palestine) measuring 3.3 on the Richter scale with no casualties or damages reported.
July 5: In the afternoon of July 5, 2006, at approximately 16:06, an earthquake hit measuring 3.2 on the Richter scale with the epicenter located at 10 Km below the surface and at around 30 Km north of the dead sea. No casualties or damages were reported.
November 18: An earthquake measuring 3.7 on Richter scale hits southern Lebanon and is felt in northern Palestine. No injuries or damages are reported.