The Damascus government accused Israel on Thursday of launching an airstrike from the Golan Heights to Syrian targets in the south of the country.
According to the Syrian state news agency SANA, several helicopters launched by the Israeli armed forces have reported no deaths so far.
This is the second attack Israel would have launched against Syrian targets this week after Tuesday’s offensive in a rural area of Damascus, in which three people died and four others were injured.
Israeli Defense Minister Naftali Bennett said Tuesday that the country’s government is working to “drive Iran out of Syria,” and stressed that “it will not stop,” in an obvious recognition of Israeli responsibility in recent years. Bombings against pro-government militias in the Arab country.
Israel has carried out aerial operations against Syria, arguing that it is preventing Iran from building Iranian bases in the country and sending arms to Hezbollah, which the Syrian government also supports.