Syria’s air defenses managed to repel new Israeli aggression in the country’s south, Syrian media reported, adding that the radars in the area were exposed to jamming.
Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) said early on Wednesday that the Zionist occupation conducted “electronic warfare” in a bid to suppress Syria’s military radar installations.
It followed a missile attack by the occupation army on a strategic mountaintop area in southern Syria, which overlooks the occupied Golan Heights.
SANA said that air defenses confronted the missile attack on Tal al-Harra, downing a number of the missiles.
It added that the aggression only caused material damage, and that no fatalities were reported.
The Israeli occupation has repeatedly bombed the Syrian territory. Earlier this month, an Israeli attack on an airbase near the northern city of Homs killed at least one soldier and wounded two others.