Last night, the Israeli military carried out a missile strike at Syrian Army targets in the southern part of Syria.
According to claims by the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) media wing, the strikes hit 2 artillery batteries, observation and intelligence posts and an SA-2 (S-75 Dvina) aerial defense battery.
“We hold the Syrian regime accountable and will firmly operate against any attempt to harm Israeli civilians,” the IDF claimed.
The Syrian state media revealed that the missiles came from the direction of the occupied Golan Heights. Several missiles were reportedly intercepted by the Syrian Air Defense Forces. 3 Syrian soldiers were killed and 7 others were injured.
Pro-Israeli media outlets speculate that the rockets, which were allegedly launched, were Iranian-made Fadjr-5.
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