Changed to: Anti-aircraft missiles fired at Israel's Hermon, falls inside Syria
"Several anti-aircraft missiles were fired towards Mount Hermon from Syria on Thursday, the second such incident in under a week.Another one : Army spots anti-aircraft fire from Syria days after border exchange
“IDF radars identified a number of anti-aircraft missiles fired from Syria,” the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit told The Jerusalem Post, adding that none fell in Israeli territory or posed a threat."
It's as if half a story is being told. Is it sensible to assume that Syria is simply launching anti aircraft fire for no good reason?
The fact that several anti aircraft missiles were fired towards Mount Herman (occupied Golan) could suggest that IDF was in the air?
I'll update if new information becomes available.
Here's another report:
IDF: Radars detect anti-aircraft missile launch from Syria
“Our radar systems detected a number of anti-aircraft missiles fired from Syria," said the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit in a statement. The launch appear to have failed as the missiles didn’t reach Israeli territory and there were no reports of injuries or damage. "Still unsure what, if anything is occurring.