Israel has a National Hurricane, and this is our National Hurricane.
The National Hurricane is the National Emergency of Israel.
This means that the Israeli government, the country and its citizens are under extreme danger.
It means that people in the Jewish state are being targeted for the first time in the history of the country.
The new National Hurricane has passed north of the border in the north-west of the Galilee region.
It is currently just above the border with Jordan and west of the Gaza Strip.
Its maximum sustained winds of 155 kilometres per hour (100 miles per hour) is forecast to make it one of the strongest storms to hit Israel in decades.
The Israeli Meteorological Service has said it is expecting the storm to bring “severe and potentially life-threatening flooding” to areas in the Galilees, the West Bank, and north-eastern Israel.
In recent years, a number of other hurricanes have been recorded in Israel.
The first of which, the 2011 Northern Storm, caused flooding in the south-west and in northern Israel.
There have also been several storms in Israel that have also made landfall.
In November 2015, a strong storm caused flooding and landslides in the Golan Heights.
In the first two weeks of the year, the storm killed at least 17 people in Israel and the United States, and damaged more than 3,000 homes.
In December 2015, Hurricane Joaquin caused flooding across southern Israel, the Garelia region and parts of the West.
In November, the same storm also caused damage in the West bank, with heavy rains and winds.