A source close to the Syrian rebels said that Syrians in the north heard missiles fly over their locations on Sunday before explosions near Aleppo’s Nayrab Airport in the evening.
The strategic hill that overlooks the Golan Heights, which had a major anti-aircraft radar base that was part of elaborate Syrian army defenses against Israel, fell into rebel hands in October 2014.
The IDF had said earlier that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corp’s Quds Force had launched 20 Fajr-5 and Grad missiles towards Israel’s front defensive line in the Golan Heights.
Israel is bracing for a barrage of missiles to be launched towards military positions along its northern front from Syrian territory.
Russia has said it might provide Syria with the S-300 missile defense system, which could clip the wings of Israel's air force.
Israel should "avoid stupid measures," warned the cleric.
Two IAF F-35 Adir fighter jets entered Iranian airspace undetected, according to the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Jarida.
Israel can avoid using military means and do well by building up a deterrent presence in the region.
Israel will do everything necessary to prevent Iran from entrenching themselves in Syria, said Liberman.
Unless a big change occurs in the near future, it is almost inevitable that a military campaign will take place on Israel's northern border.