The IDF admitted to carrying out a pre-dawn airstrike in Syria in response to Iranian missile fired at the Golan Heights, the army said on Monday according to Israeli media reports.
IDF fighter jets struck Iranian and Syrian military targets, air defense batteries and Quds Forces positions throughout Syria in the predawn hours of Monday, in response to the firing of a missile a day earlier toward the Golan Heights. Eleven people were reportedly killed in the strike, according to the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Earlier, Russia said that four Syrian soldiers had been killed in the airstrikes and that 30 Israeli cruise missiles were intercepted and destroyed by Syrian air defenses.
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