"But a significant proportion of Israeli casualties have been among tank crews.
Hezbollah has also used its anti-armour weapons to bring down buildings around sheltering Israeli troops, again causing multiple casualties. "http://defense-update.com/analysis/lebanon_war_3.htm
"The IDF employed several hundred tanks in combat. According to official reports, about ten percent were hit by various threats. Less than half of the hits penetrated. In overall assessment, the potential risk to crewmen would have been much higher, if the tank would be of a conventional design. A colonel commanding an armored brigade, which bore the brunt of battle, mentioned in an interview that during the war that hundreds of antitank missiles were fired on his unit and in total only 18 tanks were seriously damaged. Of those, missiles actually penetrated only five or six vehicles and according to statistics, only two tanks were totally destroyed, however, both by super-heavy IED charges."
Mustavaris: later it was confirmed that one of the totally destroyed tanks was taken out by Kornet but they obviously thought initially otherwise because of the total devastation caused by ammunition explosion and following fire that engulfed the vehicle.... http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3297431,00.html
"Fifty Israel Defense Forces tanks were damaged during the 34 day war in Lebanon, 30 soldiers and officers from the corps were killed and more than 100 were injured, including two battalion commanders. These are the statistics from the recent conflict. "
"Another depressing statistic: Twenty-two tanks sustained hits that penetrated their steal armor (in ten of the tanks, there were 23 fatalities; in the rest, severe damage was caused to the vehicle). Forty-four percents of the tanks hit by missiles had their armor penetrated. During the first Lebanon War, this happened to 47 percent of the tanks and in the Yom Kippur war, 60 percent. "