Two rockets were fired on Saturday from Syria toward the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights causing no casualties, the Israeli military said.
A military spokeswoman said that the details were still being looked into and that it remained unclear who had fired the rockets and where they had landed.
Israel says that arch-foe Iran and its Lebanese ally Hezbollah, both of whom are fighting on the side of President Bashar al-Assad in the Syrian war, are trying to turn Syria into a new front against Israelis.
In recent years, Israel has carried out hundreds of strikes against Iranian and Hezbollah targets in Syria.
On Monday, Israel’s military said it attacked a Syrian anti-aircraft position that had fired on one of its warplanes, and Syrian state media said a soldier had been killed in the incident.
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