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Update: IDF Fires at Syrian Army after Bomb Injures 4 Soldiers

Unfortunately, it was only as matter of time until Syrians wounded Israeli soldiers.
IDF soldiers at the Lebanese border

IDF soldiers at the Lebanese border
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The IDF shot at Syrian army posts Tuesday afternoon following the bomb blast that  hit an IDF jeep on patrol at the Syrian border on the Golan Heights Tuesday and wounded one soldier seriously.

Three other soldiers suffered light and moderate injuries.

The blast, at the border near the Israeli Druze city of Majdal Shams on the Golan, also scored a direct hit an armored vehicle that absorbed the impact without additional injuries to soldiers inside the vehicle. The fire at the Syrian army posts may have been intended to provide cover for the evacuation of the wounded soldiers to Rambam Medical Center in Haifa.

Army tanks also retaliated with artillery fire on suspected Hezbollah positions in the Lebanese village of Kfar Kileh near the northern borders of both enemy countries,

Last Friday night, an IDF convoy was targeted by a Hezbollah bomb, and the terrorist organization is almost certainly trying to take revenge for an alleged Israeli bombing of a Hezbollah missile last month.

About the Author: Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.


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10 Responses to “Update: IDF Fires at Syrian Army after Bomb Injures 4 Soldiers”

  1. Well what are you waiting for? Bozobama to tell you what to do?

  2. Blow them off the map. Israel has my support.

  3. God bless IDF keep them safe God be with Israel her people

  4. Gary Gien says:

    Now it’s payback

  5. God Bless them………..

  6. Vicky Cheatham says:

    Don't worry Israel, God is on your side, just wait he will come to defeat all foes for you. I support and love the Jewish people and Israel.

  7. Keep it up, Syria. Perhaps Israel will have to take over that despicable war and save the people who are suffering on both sides, especially the children.

  8. Donna Lee Lassere says:

    Prayers for swift healing!

  9. Anonymous says:

    May the Lord bless Israel forever! We shall win.

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