Anti-tank missile fired at IDF post near Lebanon border; army shelling source of fire

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

An anti-tank guided missile was fired from Lebanon at an Israeli army post on the border near the northern community of Menara.

The Israel Defense Forces does not immediately provide information on possible injuries in the attack.

It says troops are responding with artillery shelling at the source of the missile fire.

Hezbollah has carried out dozens of missile and rocket attacks against northern Israel in recent weeks.

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