Anti-tank missile fired by Hezbollah damages home in northern border town

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

The damage to a home in Yir'on from a Hezbollah anti-tank guided missile, June 10, 2024 (Fire and Rescue Service)
The damage to a home in Yir'on from a Hezbollah anti-tank guided missile, June 10, 2024 (Fire and Rescue Service)

Anti-tank guided missiles launched by Hezbollah from Lebanon at the northern border community of Yir’on caused damage to a home, authorities say.

The Israel Fire and Rescue Service says its firefighters and members of the community’s local security team extinguished a fire at a home that was hit by the anti-tank missiles.

Hezbollah took responsibility for the attack, claiming to target a military position.

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