It’s No Longer That Hard to Walk on Water at the Sea of Galilee

Water levels are so low in the Kinneret Lake due to the drought that an island not seen for years is now exposed. But not all is bleak: experts expect a rainy winter, and hope to bid the island farewell

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An image of the island in Lake Kinneret taken by a drone.
An image of the island in Lake Kinneret taken by a drone.Credit: Yuval Gassar
Noa Shpigel
Noa Shpigel
An image of the island in Lake Kinneret taken by a drone.Credit: Yuval Gassar

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