Mortar shell fired from Syria hits northern Israel
The IDF said it was most likely an errant shell fired by one of the sides battling in Syria.
A mortar shell fired from Syria landed in the central Golan Heights on Tuesday morning, near the border fence in Tel Fares. There were no reports of casualties or damage.
The IDF said it was most likely an errant shell fired by one of the sides battling in Syria. The United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF ) stationed on the border has been notified.
On Monday evening, two mortar shells were fired from Syria to Israel, and landed in an open area near the border fence. In this case too, the IDF notified UNDOF.
The Haifa airport which was closed on Sunday due to the tensions in northern Israel was reopened on Monday, and El Al and Arkia commercial flights are set to resume.