Anti-tank missiles fired from Lebanon toward Metula; none hurt

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

Three anti-tank guided missiles were fired from Lebanon at the Metula area in northern Israel, a short while ago.

No injuries were caused in the attack, apparently carried out by Hezbollah, which has claimed hundreds of missile, rocket, and drone attacks on the north in recent weeks.

The IDF says it is responding with artillery.

Regarding a suspected drone infiltration siren that sounded in northern Israel earlier, the IDF says the incident is over, without elaborating.

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