According to the SANA news agency, the Israeli army is said to have fired rockets into the Syrian capital, Damascus, which caused material damage but did not kill civilians.
The agency has detailed, citing a military source, that the attack took place around midnight on Wednesday when rockets were discovered from northern Israel.
Syrian air defense systems have responded to the offensive, although Israeli forces have not yet commented on it.
This weekend, the Syrian government announced that at least two soldiers had been injured in operations to repel an Israeli missile attack on Damascus.
According to SANA, the alleged Israeli attack targeted several military positions in the Damascus region on the outskirts of the capital.
Israeli officials have expressed growing concerns about the proliferation of Iranian surface-to-air missile systems in Syria, reports The Times of Israel newspaper.
The Israeli army has carried out dozens of bomb attacks in Syria, arguing that it is preventing the establishment of Iranian bases in the country and the supply of weapons to the Lebanese Shiite militia party Hezbollah by the Iranian authorities supporting Damascus as part of the war that broke out in 2011