Gaza and Syrian Arabs on Wednesday marked Nakba Day, the English date of the re-establishment of the State of Israel on May 15, 1948, with a Kassam rocket attack on the Negev and two mortar shells on the Golan Heights. The mortar shells may have been unintentionally fallen on the Israeli side of the border during clashes between Syrian rebels and forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad.
No one was injured, and no property damage was reported.
The shells hit the Mount Hermon ski resort and forced its temporary closure until the IDF gave the all-clear signal for it to re-open.
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