SANA information company quoted a army supply as saying the attacks wounded 4 troopers.
A missile assault near the Syrian capital of Damascus has wounded 4 troopers, based on Syria’s state media which blamed Israel for the assault.
Syria’s state information company SANA, quoting an unidentified army official, stated Syrian air defences have been in a position to shoot down a lot of the missiles earlier than they hit their targets on Thursday.
Damascus residents reported listening to no less than one explosion.
The missiles have been fired from the path of neighbouring Lebanon and the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, state tv stated.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a warfare monitor, reported that army posts near Damascus have been targets, however gave no additional particulars.
Al-Manar TV, of Lebanon’s Hezbollah group, stated one of many Syrian air defence missiles exploded near the Lebanon-Syria border and was heard in components of southern Lebanon.
It later stated the missile crashed near the Lebanese border village of Houla.
Israel has launched lots of of attacks towards Iran-linked army targets in Syria over time however hardly ever acknowledges or discusses such operations.
In February, Syria’s military stated the nation’s air defences intercepted “Israeli aggression” over Damascus. The attacks killed no less than 9 pro-government fighters, a Britain-based warfare monitor stated on the time.
Israel views Iranian entrenchment on its northern frontier as a pink line, and it has repeatedly struck Iran-linked services and weapon convoys destined for Hezbollah.
Western intelligence sources say Iran’s army affect has expanded in Syria lately, prompting Israel to escalate its marketing campaign to stop Tehran from establishing a big army foothold alongside its border.
Iran’s proxy militias, led by Lebanon’s Hezbollah, now maintain sway over huge areas in japanese, southern and northwestern Syria, in addition to a number of suburbs round Damascus. Additionally they management Lebanese-Syrian border areas.