Anti-tank missile fired from Lebanon hits house in Metula

An anti-tank missile has hit a house in Metula, close to the northern border with Lebanon, Hebrew-language media reports.

There are no reports of casualties.

The towns close to the northern border have been largely evacuated of civilians since October 8, when Hezbollah-led forces began launching daily attacks on Israeli communities and military posts along the border.

The terror group says it is doing so to support Gaza amid Israel’s war with the Hamas terror group, triggered by its October 7 massacre.

Earlier today, three soldiers were injured — one seriously — by an anti-tank missile fired by Hezbollah toward Kiryat Shmona.

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