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tisdag 18 april 2017

Myrskyinen Kineret nykyaikanakin on hengenvaara kuten apostolien päivinä

Ainakin  80 israelilaista on saatu pelastettua Kinneretin myrskyävistä aalloista, mutta kolme nuorta on  menehtynyt pääsiäisen aikaisiin  myrkyihin ja tulvasateisiin.  Kinneretin  pinta on noussut 3 cm  pienessä ajassa. olen niinä lyhyinä aikoinam,  kun olen Pyhässä Maassa ollut, nähnyt Kinenretin aina tyynenä ja kimaltavana.
Kinneretin myrskyt ovat  vaaralliset. Kerran kaikki 12 opetuslasta oli  joutua  surman suuhun- ei olisi Uutta Testamenttiakaan ilman Jeesuksen asioihin puuttumista.

 Nyt on olemassa  Israelin  Pelastusjoukot, jotka saivat  noin 80 pelastettua.Israelin tulevaisuutta varten.
Nämä kolme nuorta ovat todistus siitä että Kinenret on myrskyineen todella surmanloukku kuten Raamattu kertoo.    Olkoon näiden  kolmen  nuoren  reippaan ja rohkean  nuoren   muisto siunattu ja olkoon heille sijaa siellä  Aabrahamin helmassa  Eedenissä  ja vahvistakoon Jumala heidän vanhempiaan ja sisaruksiaan lohdutuksella suunnattoman surun  aikaan. .

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An additional body was found this afternoon in the area where searches in the Kinneret were underway for the body of missing Itamar Ohana, 19.
Although presumed to be Ohana's body, a final verification is soon to be conducted. The body is the third that has been found since searches for three who went missing while rafting in the Kinneret on Wednesday.
The other two bodies have been identified as 21-year-old Nahman Itah and 17-year-old Liron Karadi.
The three, who died in three separate incidents, had been swept away by the strong winds at the Kinneret at the time.
Searches for the three continued on Shabbat and the final day of Passover yesterday, despite assessments that they had likely drowned to death.

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Israeli authorities ramped up efforts to find three people who went missing while rafting on the Kinneret Wednesday.
Itamar Ohana, 19, Nahman Itah, 21, and a third unnamed 17-year-old went missing Wednesday in three separate incidents, according to a report by Times of Israel. Israeli authorities began the search Wednesday and continued overnight, and were joined Thursday by additional personnel and volunteers.
The search is focusing on one area near the eastern shore of the Kinneret according to assessments made last night and in the area where the missing persons were last sighted.

Some 80 people were rescued from the lake this week amid heavy winds.
Israel’s largest freshwater lake, the Sea of Galilee (or Kinneret in Hebrew) is popular with Israeli vacationers during this week’s Passover holiday, and authorities warned bathers about venturing from shore in inflatable dinghies.
“We call on the vacationing public on the shores of the Kinneret [Sea of Galilee] to listen to the instructions of the life-guard service and to refrain from entering the water on beaches that don’t have life guards,” the Israeli life guard service said in a statement.

The father of one of the missing young men, Shimon Ohana, also warned against entering the Kinneret, stating that "since Itamar went missing, I don't feel alive, my world has collapsed on me. He is a very dear child."
"I call on parents at home to beg their children not to enter the water, so that they come home in peace. Three losses are enough," said Ohana.
Israeli authorities are also concerned about the possibility of flash floods and other types of flooding in the south and Eilat area and have warned people in the area to be careful.‏

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