The IDF Northern Command declared the Quneitra crossing area a closed military zone on Sunday, following intense exchanges of fire between Assad loyalist forces and rebels in the region.
JERUSALEM (Worthy News)– A rocket fired from Lebanon crashed into Israel Monday night, in which Israel retaliated by firing artillery in the location of the source of the rocket attack. It marked the third day in a row which rockets landed in Israel, either from Lebanon or Syria.
It was the third consecutive day in which Israel came under rocket fire from the north as well from the Gaza Strip in the south.
Five rockets from Syria hit the Golan Heights early Sunday and the night before a rocket was fired from Lebanon.
There were no casualties in any of those attacks and no Israeli fire in response. — Source
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