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Iran launches attacks against Israel from Syria and Lebanon

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The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights Monitoring, a London-based opposition war monitor, reported Monday night that pro-Iranian militias fired rockets toward the southern Golan Heights.

The fence of the border between Israel and Syria as seen from a hill on the Golan Heights about 10 kilometers south/south-east of the city Al Quneitra © Mena Today 

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights Monitoring, a London-based opposition war monitor, reported Monday night that pro-Iranian militias fired rockets toward the southern Golan Heights from the vicinity of Nawa city in Syria's southwestern Daraa district on Monday night.

Air raid sirens were activated in the communities of Avney Eitan and Nov in the southern Golan. 

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in the evening intercepted a drone launched by Hezbollah in Lebanon over the northern city of Kiryat Shmona.

There were no reported incidents.

The IDF conducted strikes on South Lebanon throughout the day amid rocket fire at Israeli communities in the north.

At least five soldiers were hurt in a rocket attack on the Western Galilee

These multiple attacks illustrate the intense activity of various militias funded by the Tehran regime to destabilize the region. This threat cannot continue without consequences for Lebanon and Syria.

by Paul Ruben, Mena Today 

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