The south of the Damascus province in Syria was subjected to an airstrike by Israel, material damage was inflicted, the Syrian army said in a statement.
An explosion was also heard south of the Quneitra province, a SANA correspondent reported on late Tuesday, describing it as "Israeli aggression".
"At 23:50.. at night 24 November, [Israel] launched an airstrike from the direction of the occupied Golan Heights toward the southern Damascus province. Material damage was inflicted", the Syrian army said.
According to the Syrian newspaper Al-Watan, the air defence systems repelled some of the attacks.
The alleged photos of the strike in Quneitra have been shared on social media.
Reported, initial image of the explosion. pic.twitter.com/4xqCKw1AT9— Aurora Intel (@AuroraIntel) November 24, 2020
Additional images from the alleged IDF strike in the Quneitra area pic.twitter.com/8M3gWIKTML— Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian (@manniefabian) November 24, 2020
Alleged footage of the strike in Quneitra is also circulating on Twitter.
Video of the alleged IDF strike in Quneitra, seen from the Israeli Golan Heights pic.twitter.com/Aj1FUP1tmN— Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian (@manniefabian) November 24, 2020
Last Wednesday, SANA said explosions were heard in the sky above the capital of Damascus, which the Israeli military took responsibility for, saying it struck "Iranian Quds Force & Syrian Armed Forces targets". The attack was conducted from the Syrian Golan Heights in retaliation for explosive devices by the Alpha Line allegedly placed by Iran and Syria to hit Israeli troops, the IDF added.
Since the start of the civil war in Syria, Israel has conducted numerous attacks on its territory targeting what it claims are Iranian-backed groups allegedly located in Syria.