Ti'innik Destination Guide
Explore Ti'innik in Palestinian Territory.
Ti'innik in the region of West Bank with it's 988 inhabitants is a town in Palestinian Territory - some 273 mi (or 439 km) South-East of East Jerusalem, the country's capital city.
Current time in Ti'innik is now 08:10 AM (Thursday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Hebron" with an UTC offset of 2 hours. Depending on the availability of means of transportation, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Nicosia, Aleppo, Damascus, Amman, Tyre or As Sayidah. Since you are here already, make sure to check out . We encountered some videos in the web. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
Weather Conditions Today & Next Days Forecast
|Morning Temperature||15°C / 59 °F|
|Evening Temperature||18°C / 64 °F|
|Night Temperature||16°C / 61 °F|
|Chance of rainfall||0%|
|Air Pressure||1017.4 hPa|
|Wind Speed||Light breeze with 3 km/h (2 mph) from South-East|
|Cloud Conditions||Few clouds, covering 12% of sky|
|General Conditions||Light rain|
Friday, 22nd of March 2019Light rain, light breeze, few clouds.
Day: 18°C (64 °F)
Night: 16°C (60 °F)
Saturday, 23rd of March 2019Light rain, calm, broken clouds.
Day: 24°C (74 °F)
Night: 14°C (58 °F)
Sunday, 24th of March 2019Heavy intensity rain, gentle breeze, overcast clouds.
Day: 16°C (61 °F)
Night: 13°C (56 °F)
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Interesting facts about this location
For the ancient, city, see Jezreel (city) For the kibbutz, see Yizre'el. The Jezreel Valley is a large fertile plain and inland valley south of the Lower Galilee region in Israel and West Bank in the Palestinian territories. The Samarian highlands and Mount Gilboa border the valley from the south and the northern outskirts of the West Bank cities of Jenin and Tulkarm have spread into the southern part of the Bacla valley.
Located at 32.52, 35.22 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 5 mi away.
Battle of Megiddo (609 BC)
This Battle of Megiddo is recorded as having taken place in 609 BC with Necho II of Egypt leading his army to Carchemish to fight with his allies the Assyrians against the Babylonians at Carchemish in northern Syria. This required passing through territory controlled by the Kingdom of Judah and Necho requested permission from its king, Josiah. Josiah refused to let the Egyptians pass for reasons discussed by the talmud and a battle took place in which Josiah was killed.
Battle of Megiddo (15th century BC)
The Battle of Megiddo (15th century BC) was fought between Egyptian forces under the command of Pharaoh Thutmose III and a large rebellious coalition of Canaanite vassal states led by the king of Kadesh. It is the first battle to have been recorded in what is accepted as relatively reliable detail. Megiddo is also the first recorded use of the composite bow and the first body count.
Megiddo is a tell in modern Israel near Kibbutz Megiddo, about 30km south-east of Haifa, known for its historical, geographical, and theological importance, especially under its Greek name Armageddon. In ancient times Megiddo was an important city-state. Excavations have unearthed 26 layers of ruins, indicating a long period of settlement. Megiddo is strategically located at the head of a pass through the Carmel Ridge overlooking the Jezreel Valley from the west.
Armageddon will be, according to the Book of Revelation, the site of a battle during the end times, variously interpreted as either a literal or symbolic location. The term is also used in a generic sense to refer to any end of the world scenario. The word "Armageddon" appears only once in the Greek New Testament, in Revelation 16:16. The word may come from Hebrew har məgiddô (הר מגידו), meaning "Mountain of Megiddo".
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