IDF says two more anti-tank missiles fired from Lebanon toward Israel

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

The Israel Defense Forces says two more anti-tank missiles were fired from Lebanon at the border, close to Kibbutz Yiftah.

Additionally, several more army posts along the border were attacked by gunmen, the IDF says.

The IDF says that no soldiers are hurt in the latest attacks, adding that it is responding with tank and artillery fire against Hezbollah posts in southern Lebanon.

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