IDF says another military post on Lebanon border under fire; border town residents told to shelter

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

The Israel Defense Forces says another military post on the Lebanon border has come under fire.

There are no immediate reports of injuries in the attack.

Hezbollah has launched at least four anti-tank guided missiles at northern Israel today, killing a civilian in one of the attacks.

The IDF says has been responding with strikes against Hezbollah sites in Lebanon.

Residents of the Lebanon border communities of Manara, Yiftah, Margaliot, and Ramot Naftali were ordered to remain in bomb shelters until further notice amid the new missile attack.

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