TruNews – June 30. 2017
The announcement of the Israeli strike came just 45 minutes after the IDF said that an “errant projectile from internal fighting in Syria” had hit an open area in the Golan Heights, and that no injuries had been reported. It comes just two days after the IDF similarly fired at Syrian Army positions, after a projectile also hit an area in the northern Golan Heights.
Half an hour after the projectile landed, the IDF announced that it had “targeted the Syrian military position that fired the mortar.”
On Saturday, Israeli warplanes fired at two Syrian tanks in response to “over 10 projectiles” which had landed in the Golan Heights. However, the Syrian government said the IDF instead hit a parking lot and a residential building, causing civilian casualties.
Just one day later, on Sunday, the IDF struck two artillery launchers and an ammunition truck on the Syrian side of the border, after “several Syrian projectiles” landed in Israeli territory without causing casualties.