Anti-tank missile fire from Lebanon continues at northern Israel — IDF

Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian is The Times of Israel's military correspondent

An Israeli Merkava tank drives into position in the north of Israel near the border with Lebanon on October 15, 2023. (Jalaa MAREY / AFP)
An Israeli Merkava tank drives into position in the north of Israel near the border with Lebanon on October 15, 2023. (Jalaa MAREY / AFP)

The Israel Defense Forces says several more anti-tank guided missiles have been fired from Lebanon at northern Israel.

The IDF says the latest missiles were launched at Kibbutz Manara and the Rosh Hanikra area.

There are no immediate reports of injuries in the attacks.

The military says it is responding with artillery shelling against the source of the fire, and striking Hezbollah sites in southern Lebanon.

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