Missile fired from Syria shot down before landing in Israel

Israel National News reports: “Sirens warning of a suspected infiltration of a hostile aircraft were activated shortly after 11:00 p.m. in many localities in the southern Golan Heights on Monday evening.

A few minutes later, the Home Front Command announced that the incident was over.

Later, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit said that, following the alerts in the north, a suspicious aerial target had been detected that made its way towards Israeli territory from the direction of Syria.

The statement said that ‘the target was shot down in Syrian territory and did not cross into Israeli territory. The incident has concluded.’

The incident came hours after the air strikes near the Iranian consulate in Damascus, in which senior Iranian Revolutionary Guards official Mohammad Reza Zahedi was killed and which was blamed on Israel…”

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