Over the past several months, Israel has been accused of dozens of strikes. In June, a series of airstrikes were reported on almost a weekly basis.
The death toll is expected to continue to rise due to a number of injured people, including some in serious condition.
Five Iranian and pro-Iranian militants were killed in the strikes as well, according to initial reports.
The strikes come just two days after alleged Israeli airstrikes targeted a number of sites belonging to Syrian and pro-Iranian forces.
At least 7 Iranians and Syrians were killed in 2 waves of alleged Israeli airstrikes on sites across Syria overnight.
A site belonging to the Syrian Scientific Studies and Research Center is located in Masyaf and has been targeted by Israeli airstrikes in the past
Sources told SOHR that they believed that the explosion was caused by an airstrike because more damage was caused to the top of the car than the bottom of the car.
Local media reported two large explosions in the city early on Saturday morning, with some reports claiming that an alleged Israeli airstrike had targeted Iranian sites in the city.
The move comes after a series of airstrikes targeted Deir Ezzor, Aleppo, Damascus and the Homs Governorate.
Defense Minister Naftali Bennett seems to have identified the expulsion of Iran from Syria as a clear and achievable goal.