IDF complains to UN over Syrian mortars that land in Israel

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 7, 2013 07:23

 
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The IDF on Monday filed a complaint with the UN over two mortal shells that were launched from Syria and exploded in the Golan Heights.

The mortars landed in open areas and no injuries were reported.

Initial indications were that the shells were accidentally fired into Israel in the midst of a battle between the Syrian army and rebels.


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