Sirens warning of incoming rockets sounded in Israeli villages in the Golan Heights on Thursday, a week after missiles were fired at the region from Syria.
While the military was checking the cause of the missile defense system, there were rumors that Israeli airspace from Syrian territory infiltrated unmanned aerial device, which was shot down by "Iron dome". "The circumstances are being looked into", the military said in a statement.
"Following reports regarding sirens in the Golan regional council, it appears to have been a false alarm". Gen. Qassem Soleimani, of launching the attack at the Israeli Golan Heights. Initial reports indicate Israeli defense systems intercepted a projectile launched from Syria into the Golan Heights.
Back on May 10, Israel conducted what it called its most intensive airstrikes on Syria in decades. Both Damascus and Moscow said that the Syrian army managed to shoot down over half of the missiles. It also blamed the purported rocket fire on Iran.
In response to the attack, the IDF launched a series of strikes on targets in Syria.
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