Israel Puts Forces on Alert in Occupied Golan Heights, Near Lebanese Border

SHAFAQNA – The Israeli army has put its forces on alert after several explosions were heard in Israeli settlements in the Occupied Golan Heights.

Israeli forces are now on alert in two fronts in the Occupied Golan and along the border with Lebanon.

The Israeli army went on alert after the Syrian resistance forces in Syria’s Golan region attacked an Israeli military site in the Occupied Golan Heights in response to the recent Israeli aggression on different parts of Syria.

The resistance forces stationed in the Golan hit an Israeli military site near the border with the Occupied Golan.

The Israeli military site was located near Majdal Shams village in Occupied Golan Heights.

The Israeli air raid on the Golan Heights close to border with Syria killed four people.

The victims of the Sunday night attack, which took place near the town of Majdal Shams, are yet to be identified.

The Israeli army said its the soldiers were attempting to plant a bomb in the vicinity when they were killed.

The latest attack came on the heels of reports saying that Israel launched attacks on Syrian army bases late on Friday.

On Tuesday morning, an Israeli military plane flew over Lebanese skies for the second time in just 4 days in a blatant violation of a UN Security Council resolution.

Israel has occupied Golan Heights in 1967 and 1981.

Sources – FNA

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