JERUSALEM: Israel‘s anti-missile defence system intercepted four rockets fired from neighbouring Syria on Tuesday, the military mentioned.
“No hits on Israeli communities were identified,” the military added in a WhatsApp message.
In the meantime, blasts had been heard near Damascus airport within the Syrian capital, the official SANA information company reported on Tuesday morning.
Round 450 rockets had been fired into Israel final week from the Gaza Strip within the aftermath of a navy operation in opposition to an Islamic Jihad commander, in accordance with the Israeli military, however no rockets had been reported to have been fired from Syria.
Baha Abu Al-Ata, who Israel blamed for latest rocket fireplace into its territory, was killed in a strike on his dwelling in Gaza Metropolis.
A ceasefire between Israel and the Islamic Jihad was agreed after 50 hours of clashes, however the deal stays precarious.
On the identical day as strikes killed Ata, Syrian state media reported that an Israeli strike hit the house of one other Islamic Jihad militant, killing his son and one other individual.
Islamic Jihad accused Israel of being behind the strike in Damascus. The Israeli military refused to remark.



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