Syrian state tv says Israeli warplanes carried out an air strike in western Syria in a single day.
A report stated the Hisya space within the countryside south of the town of Homs was focused, and that Syrian air defences fired again in response
A navy supply instructed pro-government Masdar News that the jets attacked a storage warehouse in an industrial advanced whereas in Lebanese airspace.
The Israeli navy declined to touch upon the reviews.
But Israel’s former air drive chief revealed in August that it had carried out nearly 100 air strikes since 2012 on arms convoys destined for the Iran-backed Hezbollah motion, which is combating alongside the Syrian military within the nation’s civil struggle.
A commander in a navy alliance combating in help of the Syrian authorities instructed Reuters information company that the Israeli plane hit a copper manufacturing unit in Hisya, 35km (21 miles) south of Homs.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a UK-based monitoring group, reported that the strike focused a Syrian navy or Hezbollah set up that was believed to fabricate rockets.
The Syrian military responded by firing a surface-to-air missile on the plane, however Israel’s Channel 10 tv stated they weren’t hit and returned safely to base.
“I can’t, of course, relate to reports about the Israel Defense Forces’ attack in Syria, but regardless, Israel’s position is clear: smuggling arms to Hezbollah is a red line in our eyes,” Intelligence Minister Israel Katz instructed Army Radio on Thursday.
Another pink line was “Iran’s consolidation in Syria”, he stated.
“I think the other side also understands this clearly and actions that took place in the past for which we did take responsibility, were actions that were according to these lines.”