Two anti-tank guided missiles fired from Lebanon at northern town of Shlomi cause light damage

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

Two anti-tank guided missiles were fired from Lebanon at the northern border community of Shlomi, local authorities say.

In a statement, the Shlomi local council says one of the missiles hit near a building, causing light damage.

No sirens sounded in the town, as short-range anti-tank missiles do not have a trajectory.

“This is a very serious incident and miraculously no physical damage was caused to the residents. The [attack] this morning illustrates the great danger of the current situation for the residents of Shlomi,” says Shlomi Mayor Gabi Naaman.

“We will not agree to live in this situation,” Naaman adds in the statement.

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