Anti-tank missile fired by Hamas terrorists at IDF troops in full combat day – No injuries
BREAKING: For the first time since 2014, a guided anti tank missile was fired at IDF forces east of Khan Younis.
Israeli tanks fired on a house in the area from which the missile was launched.
Arab reports suggest several casualties among the launching cell after their position inside a civilian home was shelled.
Incoming rocket sirens continue going off nonstop in southern Israel communities on Saturday afternoon shortly after the IDF announced it had renewed strikes on Hamas terror targets in Gaza.
Residents reported hearing the sounds of explosions. Iron Dome interceptions reported.
Rocket fired from Gaza hit a car in Sderot. No injuries. Incoming rocket sirens continue going off in southern Israel communities. The IDF has instructed residents in Gaza border communities to remain within 15-seconds from bomb shelters or safe rooms. https://t.co/Hl11IKRZwN pic.twitter.com/ab3RpYn2KY
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