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IDF Artillery Hits Target in Syria

Archive: IDF artillery firing up North.

Archive: IDF artillery firing up North.
Photo Credit: Olivier Fitoussi / Flash 90

An early morning round of rockets hit an area in Israel’s north on the Hermon Mountain. At least one hit near an IDF position along the Syrian border, and a mortar fell inside the Israeli-Druze village of Majdal Shams, which is located at the foothills of the Hermon Mountain.

No one was injured in the strikes.

IDF artillery responded with fire at the source of the rockets in Syria.

The IDF said it reserves the right to react to any way and at any time it sees right to protect the citizens of Israel.

It is not known at this time if this was a deliberate attack on Israel, or just spillover from the Syrian civil war.

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15 Responses to “IDF Artillery Hits Target in Syria”

  1. IDF hit them back let them run …. GOD BLESS YOU ALL … STAY SAFE … thank you all ….

  2. IDF hit them back let them run …. GOD BLESS YOU ALL … STAY SAFE … thank you all ….

  3. Gene Strong says:

    Israel should become the world leader in drone technology and manufacturing. ..

  4. Gene Strong says:

    Israel should become the world leader in drone technology and manufacturing. ..

  5. Gene Strong says:

    Israel should become the world leader in drone technology and manufacturing. ..

  6. Can’t escape the S-300 missiles

  7. Can’t escape the S-300 missiles

  8. Can’t escape the S-300 missiles

  9. GOD BLESS ISRAEL…

  10. take out the rocket positions and more!

  11. take out the rocket positions and more!

  12. Bomb the cr-p out of them. NOW!

  13. This is not the first time Israel has experienced fire from Syria. "Oops, my bad!" doesn't cut it. Return the fire, Israel.

  14. Again I say that the Israeli people are the most tolerant in the world. Any one else would have retaliated with a full blown attack causing alot of death and damage. The State of Israel has the right to be.

  15. Judith Dowla says:

    Good news that no one was injured. Unfortunate if what landed from the Syrian side was an off shoot done by mistake. The application of protecting the Israeli Syrian border still falls in the hands of the I.D.F. and they must decide what is best.

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