Hezbollah launched an anti-tank missile that hit the St. Mary Greek Melkite Church in Iqrit on Tuesday afternoon, injuring an 80-year-old Arab-Israeli civilian who was praying there. 

According to Israel Defense Forces, nine soldiers who arrived to evacuate the civilians were injured by a second missile fired by Hezbollah terrorists at the same church. 

Eight of the soldiers were moderately or lightly wounded, while one sustained serious injuries. 

Israel accused Hezbollah of “extremist and dangerous ideology,” saying both Hezbollah and Hamas are “firing from holy sites in Lebanon and Gaza, and firing at holy sites across Israel.” 

The IDF said the attack was “a clear violation of UN Security Council Resolution 1701.” 

Read the full article at All Israel News.

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