JERUSALEM, ISRAEL (Worthy News)– A mortar was fired from Syria into Israel which killed a 15-year old boy, at least three others, including his father. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) responded with tank fire. Afterwards, the IDF searched the area for possible terrorists who may have crossed into Israel.
The attack took place near Tel Hazaka in the Golan Heights.
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