Israel took away out missile strikes in a Syrian town near southern Damascus, affiliated with the Syrian regime media and a follow-up group reported Thursday.
The Syrian news SANA news agency, citing a military source said Israel launched several surface-to-surface missiles Wednesday night from the occupied Syrian Golan Heights, which targeted some points in the neighborhood of the city of Zakia, south of Damascus.
The agency added that the strikes had only had caused material cause damage.
An Israeli army spokesman in Tel Aviv said she wouldn’t comment on foreign reports.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a war monitor, said the strikes coincided with a meeting of safety and military civil servants in the area.
The British Watchdog added that the identities of officials stayed unknown.
At least one building belonging to the seventh division Syrian army infantry in the area was targeted by an Israeli missile causing a huge explosion, the observatory said. This added that there is no confirmation information again on victims.
Israeli strikes on Syria is seen as an attempt to prevent Iran, an ally of Syrian leader Bashar Assad, to expand son military affecting in the region.
February 9, at least one Syrian soldier was killed and five more have been hurt in Israeli strikes that targeted the periphery of the Syrian capital Damascus, according to the observatory.