The Israeli military confirms carrying out widespread artillery and air strikes against military targets inside Syrian territory.
Officials said the attacks are meant to send a “strong message” about cross-border fire that landed in an empty field in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
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Antiwar reports: There was no reported damage in what hit Israeli territory, though it did start some brush fires. Exactly what was hit in the Israeli attacks on the Syrian side isn’t entirely clear. Syrian state media is claiming only property damage, though the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights claimed a number of casualties
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While Israeli officials are solid on the idea that the attacks are “retaliation,” there appears to be more than a little confusion among Israeli military sources on who they are actually retaliating against, as they have already issued three distinct statements blaming three different groups for the stray fire.
In the wake of the incident, defense sources were blaming the Palestinian faction Islamic Jihad, though almost immediately thereafter they were claiming the Iranian military’s Quds Force had fired deliberately at Israel as part of “retaliation” against Israel, and insisted Iran was wholly responsible. That narrative didn’t last long, however, until they’d declared Syria’s government wholly responsible.
They seem to have settled on blaming the Syrian government, for convenience if nothing else, as it gives them a bunch of easy-to-hit military targets all over the frontier. Since Israel attacks Syria on a fairly regular basis, and often without even this much pretext, it was likely just the simplest course of action for them.
There has been talk recently about the possibility of launching a ground invasion of Syria and it is interesting that this latest incident is being presented as the first time fire from Syria has landed inside Israeli territory in over 40 years.
On August 16th, Israeli media reported IDF preparations for possible Golan Heights ground operations on Syria’s side of the border if alleged ‘terror attacks’ were to occur against Israel.