Syria warns Israel: Further attacks will have serious repercussions

Day 2 out of how many?

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 25, 2017 23:46
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A man sits on an old tank as he watches fighting taking place in Syria from the Israeli side of the border fence. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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The Syrian military threatened Israel on Sunday evening that should it launch any further attacks on Syrian army targets, Israel will have to take the responsibility for repercussions that can ensue, according to The Jerusalem Post's sister publication Maariv, citing Lebanese television news outlet Al Mayadeen.

This threat comes after  the IDF struck targets belonging to forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime in response to the errant fire that hit northern Israel earlier in the day.

Israel target Assad forcesSeveral projectiles fired from Syria landed in open territory in Israel's Golan Heights on Sunday afternoon, the IDF confirmed. No injuries were reported in the incident.


The military stated that the errant projectiles were the result of internal fighting in Syria.

Sunday was the second day in a row that the Israeli-Syrian border has been effected by a spillover from the ongoing conflict in Syria.

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