Air raid sirens heard in the Golan Heights, Beit She'an

Sirens head in the Golan Heights and Beit She'an Saturday, no casualties reported, residents report movement of IAA jets and what sounds like explosions.

February 10, 2018 06:20

The Syrian area of Quneitra is seen in the background as an out-of-commission Israeli tank parks on a hill, near the ceasefire line between Israel and Syria, in the Golan Heights.. (photo credit: BAZ RATNER/REUTERS)


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Air raid sirens, which are used to inform civilians that rocket attacks are incoming, were heard in the Golan Heights Saturday during early morning hours.

This happened shortly after sirens were heard in and around Beit She’an and nearby towns.

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Golan Heights residents are reporting they are hearing the sounds of distant explosions.

Beit She’an residents reported seeing Israeli Air Force jets flying overhead.

The IDF spokesperson unit told the Jerusalem Post that no rockets had been fired in the Beit She’an area but declined to comment at the moment about any actions taken by the Air Force in the Golan Heights or near the Jordanian border. 

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