IDF artillery forces struck two targets belonging to the Syrian military on Sunday night in response to earlier projectile fallout from the embattled country exploding in Israeli territory in the Golan Heights.
"The IDF holds the Syria military responsible for all actions stemming from its territory and will not allow any attempt to harm Israel's sovereignty and the safety of its residents," the IDF said in a statement.
Israel struck Syrian army targets on the Golan Heights on Sunday, sources on both sides said, and Israel said it was retaliating for cross-border rocket fire from the Syrian war next door.The sources are 'rebel' sources which means Israel's Islamists who are undoubtedly the perps of that rocket fire that struck Syrian territory occupied illegally by Israel
Rebel sources in southern Syria and a British-based monitoring group said at least three Israeli air strikes had hit army sites near the frontier with the Israeli-occupied part of the strategic plateau.
Israel's army confirmed it had targeted two Syrian army posts, but said it used artillery fire, not air strikes, in response to "errant" rockets from inside Syria landing on its territory.Airstrikes or artillery fire? Israel appears to be acknowledging the strikes but disputing the delivery