Israeli jets strike Syrian military infrastructure, mortar launches: Israeli military

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Israel’s military said its jets struck Syrian army infrastructure and mortar launchers early on Wednesday in what it described as a response to rocket launches from Syria toward Israel.

The military said it had identified two rocket launches from Syria that had landed in open areas late on Tuesday, and that it had responded with artillery fire at the sources of the launches.

In a further response, the military said its fighter jets “struck military infrastructure and mortar launchers belonging to the Syrian Army.”

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The military did not provide further details. It did not accuse Syria’s army of firing the two rockets, which set off air raid sirens in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights on Tuesday.

There was no immediate comment from Syria.

Israel has traded fire with Lebanon’s Hezbollah and militants in Syria in recent days, a wider conflict over its northern border as it battles Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip following a deadly attack in Israel.

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