Israeli helicopters bomb Iran-backed terror targets on the Syrian Golan Heights

BREAKING: Israeli combat helicopters fired at least two missiles toward an Assad position on the Syrian side of the northern Golan Heights where Iran-backed terrorists fired earlier at an IDF aircraft.

“Earlier today, munitions were fired from Syria toward Israel. In response, our aircraft struck military targets in southern Syria belonging to the Syrian Armed Forces. We hold the Syrian regime responsible and will respond to any violation of Israeli sovereignty,” the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit tweeted.

Following the strikes, the IDF closed off the airspace in northern Israel, 6 kilometers from the Lebanese border.

According to Syrian reports, Israeli helicopters targeted three positions in Quneitra. Two Muslim terrorists were reportedly wounded in the strikes.

Earlier on Friday, Iran-backed terrorists fired toward and IDF drone over Syria, causing damage to a building and a car in the Druze Golan town of Majdal Shams. No one was hurt.

Earlier today, the IDF confirmed that is moving to a higher state of readiness to defend Israel’s northern border in preparation for Hezbollah’s response to the elimination of one of its terrorists in an alleged Israeli airstrike in Syria earlier this week.

Heavy equipment was seen this afternoon near the town of Shlomi on the Lebanese border.

Yesterday, the IDF deployed an additional battalion to the northern border with Lebanon.