Israeli soldiers returned fire on Syrian territory after another incident of gunfire on a military area in the Golan Heights Monday night. No one was injured, and there was no damage to property.
Military spokesmen said that the soldiers’ fire on the source of the attack” hit the target,” but they did not provide any details.
Asked if the “exact fire on the target” means that some one was struck with a bullet or that a weapon was damaged an IDF spokeswoman told the Jewish Press, “We cannot say anything except that the source of the fire was hit.”
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