Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) reported that the Israeli army made a strike on a rocket launcher located in Syria, which, according to IDF had launched two rockets that crossed the border with Israel.
IDF said on its Twitter account that as a response to the two rockets, fired from Syria, an Israeli warplane targeted the launcher and IDF's artillery targeted the surrounding area.
In response to the 2 rockets launched at Israel from Syria, IDF aircraft targeted the rocket launcher from which they were fired. The area surrounding it was targeted by artillery— IDF (@IDFSpokesperson) July 25, 2018
The defense forces also warned that they would "act against any attempt to compromise Israeli sovereignty".
Earlier in the day, IDF reported that it had identified a projectile launch at Israeli territory from Syria. The defense forces said back then that the rocket fire appeared to be "errant fire from the internal fighting in Syria".
A day earlier, the Israeli military shot down a Syrian warplane that allegedly violated the country's airspace.
Golan Heights is a disputed territory, which Israel occupied as a result of the 1967 Six-Day War with Syria and annexed the territory in 1981. The annexation has never been recognized by the international community.