JERUSALEM, Israel - Palestinians fired anti-tank missiles at Israel Defense Forces troops patrolling Israel's border with the Gaza Strip Saturday evening.
No one was injured in the attack, which took place during on a routine patrol on the Israeli side of the border with northern Gaza.
In a separate incident, the IAF scored a direct hit on a row of fully loaded rocket launchers in the northern Gaza Strip near Beit Hanun. The rockets were destroyed, without injuring the terrorists who loaded them.
Meanwhile, on Saturday morning, Palestinians fired on Israeli soldiers who discovered two bombs planted along the fence at the southern border with Gaza, near the Arab city of Khan Yunis.
After IDF sappers diffused the bombs in a controlled explosion, Palestinians opened fire.
Palestinian terrorists fired nine more Kassam rockets on southern Israeli communities Friday morning, which landed in the Ashkelon Regional Council and near the city of Sderot. Three people were treated for shock.
Source: The Jerusalem Post