Hezbollah fires two missiles at Mount Meron air traffic control base

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

Two missiles launched from Lebanon this morning struck the Israeli military’s sensitive Mount Meron air traffic control base.

The IDF says there are no injuries and “no harm to the unit’s capabilities” in the attack.

Hezbollah took responsibility for the incident, claiming to have targeted equipment at the base with guided missiles.

The terror group has attacked Mount Meron, located some eight kilometers (five miles) from the Lebanon border, several times amid the ongoing war, launching large barrages of rockets at the mountain, as well as guided missiles at the air traffic control base that sits atop it.

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