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Missile fired at IDF tank on Lebanese border, no injuries

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

An Israeli army Merkava tank is positioned in the Upper Galilee area near the Lebanon border on October 25, 2023. (Photo by Jalaa MAREY / AFP)
An Israeli army Merkava tank is positioned in the Upper Galilee area near the Lebanon border on October 25, 2023. (Photo by Jalaa MAREY / AFP)

An anti-tank guided missile was launched at an Israeli tank operating on the Lebanon border, close to the northern community of Avivim, the military says.

According to the Israel Defense Forces, there are no injuries in the attack.

Many IDF tanks are equipped with the TROPHY active defense system, which can protect against missile attacks.

The IDF adds that it is responding with artillery shelling at the source of the missile fire.

The Hezbollah terror group has launched dozens of missiles at IDF positions and Israeli towns in northern Israel since the war in the Gaza Strip began on October 7.

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