Several civilians wounded in anti-tank guided missile attack from Lebanon, IDF says

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

Several civilians are wounded in an anti-tank guided missile attack from Lebanon, the military says.

The missile struck a number of civilian vehicles near the northern community of Dovev, close to the border.

Their conditions are not immediately clear.

The Israel Defense Forces says it is responding with artillery shelling toward the source of the missile fire.

Separately, the IDF says it struck a cell in southern Lebanon preparing to launch rockets or missiles at Israel.

Also overnight, an IDF drone hit an anti-tank missile squad in southern Lebanon preparing to carry out an attack near Metula, the IDF adds.

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