Rocket hits in southern Syria from Israel "most likely"By Rudao one hour ago
Kuneitra crossing south of Syria - Archive
Israeli-made rockets were fired at areas in southern Syria on Wednesday morning targeting "military sites" belonging to the Syrian government or its allies, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
The observatory said that "rockets are likely to be Israeli" targeted areas in southern Syria close to the Golan Heights, including "Tel-Hara in the province of Daraa, and the areas of spring and the Red Sea in the province of Quneitra."
"The air defenses of the system were launched after missiles fell with certainty, some of them reached its targets," al-Mursaad said.
The observatory reported "human and material losses" without giving further details.
For its part, reported the agency "SANA" Syrian official news, that "
Since the start of the conflict in Syria in 2011, Israel has launched hundreds of air strikes against Iranian and Lebanese targets, which support Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, as well as positions of the Syrian army.