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Rocket Attack in Golan Heights

No injuries or property damage reported.
IDF troops train on Syrian border, May 2013

IDF troops train on Syrian border, May 2013
Photo Credit: Flash 90

The eastern Golan Heights sustained rocket fire Monday, apparently from a rocket that was accidentally fired. IDF sources said they do not believe the incident was an intentional on Israel.

No injuries or property damage were reported, but the attack set fire to an open field.

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4 Responses to “Rocket Attack in Golan Heights”

  1. Accidentally pointed aimed set and fired.

  2. Accidentally aimed at the wrong direction?

  3. Israel showed restraint. This time.
    Syrian accident??

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