IDF: Anti-tank missile fired from Lebanon, causing no injuries; forces returning fire

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

The Israel Defense Forces says an anti-tank guided missile has been fired from Lebanon at an army post on the border, near the northern community of Mattat.

There are no injuries in the attack, the IDF says.

It adds that troops are responding with artillery shelling toward the source of the missile fire.

The Hezbollah terror group in recent weeks has fired dozens of missiles at IDF positions and Israeli towns along the border.

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