Israeli Army Fires Back On Golan Heights After ‘Attack From Syria’

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Israeli soldiers patrolling the disputed Golan Heights along the border with Syria fired back after coming under fire overnight Monday, an Israeli Defense Force statement said, reporting a “direct hit.”

 
Israeli soldiers patrolling the disputed Golan Heights along the border with Syria fired back after coming under fire overnight Monday, an Israeli Defense Force statement said, reporting a “direct hit.”
 
“Overnight, shots were fired at an IDF patrol on the border in the central Golan Heights, damaging a military vehicle,” said a statement on the army’s website. No one had been wounded, it added.
 
 
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