Two hours after the spillover fire from Syria landed in Israel, the IAF attacked a number of Syrian military targets, including two tanks and the outpost responsible for the shooting. According to reports, at least two Syrian soldiers were killed.
Today (Saturday), in response to the spillover fire from Syria, IAF aircraft attacked a number of targets belonging to Syria President Bashar al-Assad’s regime in the northern Golan Heights. In addition, the IDF sent a severe report to the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF) regarding the spillover.
The IDF Spokesperson’s Unit stated that among the targets that were hit were two Syrian tanks and the outpost from which the spillover was fired at Israel. In addition, it stated that the IDF will not suffer any attempt to harm the sovereignty of the State of Israel and the security of its residents. The IDF considers the Syrian governing regime responsible for what is happening in its territory.
IDF attack in Syria Photo credit: Channel 2 News
Meanwhile, Al Mayadeen news, affiliated with the Syrian regime and its allies, claimed that the Syrian military stopped the massive rebel attack and accused Israel of attacking simultaneously. It was also reported that at least two Syrian soldiers were killed by the Israeli attack.