Residents of northern Israel reported on Wednesday night that they had felt an earthquake for a few seconds. A number of communities in central Israel also reported feeling an earthquake.
The epicenter of the quake was in the northern border area, with a magnitude of 4.3 on the Richter scale.
The earthquake is the second that was felt in the northern part of Israel on Wednesday, following the earthquake which struck early Wednesday morning.
The earthquake which struck in the morning measured 4.1 on the on the Richter scale.
So far there are no reports of injuries or damages from either earthquake.
Last November, Israelis across the country felt an earthquake which originated on the Iraq-Iran border.
In January 2017, an earthquake that originated near the eastern shores of Crete was also felt in Israel.
In November of 2016, an earthquake measuring 3.6 on the Richter scale which struck southern Lebanon was also felt in northern Israel, in cities such as Tzfat and Kiryat Shmona.