IDF says the strikes targeted 'two temporary structures' used by the Syrian army in violation of the 1974 disengagement agreement
The IDF confirmed a rare attack on Thursday in which Israeli tanks fired on Syrian military structures in the Golan Heights buffer zone.
In a statement, the IDF said the strikes targeted "two temporary structures" used by the Syrian army in violation of the 1974 disengagement agreement between the two countries. It added that the attack was carried out after IDF surveillance identified the day prior a second temporary building in the security area.
"The IDF considers the Syrian regime responsible for everything that happens in its territory and will not allow attempts to violate the separation agreement," the IDF added.... Read More: i24