Israeli jets hit Hezbollah targets after anti-tank missiles fired into northern Israel

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

Israeli fighter jets struck two buildings used by Hezbollah in southern Lebanon’s Ayta ash-Shab and Marwahin a short while ago, the military says.

Earlier, another site belonging to the terror group in Tayr Harfa was hit, the IDF adds.

The strikes come after two anti-tank guided missiles were launched by Hezbollah at the northern community of Shtula, causing damage.

The IDF says no injuries were caused in the attack, and troops shelled the launch sites with artillery.

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