Anti-tank missile said to hit near northern border community Beit Hillel

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

An anti-tank guided missile fired from Lebanon hit an area near the northern community of Beit Hillel, according to initial reports cited by Hebrew-language media.

At the same time, rockets were fired at army positions along the border, setting off sirens in two communities.

There is no immediate information on casualties in the attacks.

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