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Siren sounded in occupied Golan after Israeli shelling of Syrian Baath city

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) – The Israeli army announced on Thursday the launch of a warning siren in the occupied Golan Heights.

The army said in a tweet published on its Twitter page that a short while ago sirens were sounded in the Golan Heights.

Israeli artillery shells targeted the city of Baath in Quneitra, south of Syria, Syrian activists said on Wednesday night.

According to the activists, Israeli forces targeted the outskirts of the city with two shells without causing injuries.

SANA confirmed that several shells from the occupied Palestinian territories were fired towards the city of Baath, adding that there were no reports of injuries.

On Tuesday night, Syrian air defenses fired two missiles at Israeli forces and destroyed them in the area of ​​al-Kaswa, in the outskirts of Damascus.

Official and unofficial Syrian sources confirmed that a number of victims were killed in the Kaswa area in the southwestern Damascus suburb of a new rocket attack carried out by Israel.

A military source told the official SANA news agency that the air defenses of the army confronted and destroyed two Israeli missiles in the area on the Damascus-Daraa highway, while a medical source in Daraa told the agency that two civilians, a man and his wife, were killed by an explosion caused by the two missiles.

The official Syrian media published videos showing the moment of response and the effects of the fire caused by the explosion.