TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian Air Force launched air raids over ISIL terrorists' positions in Southwest Dara'a and Southern Quneitra on Wednesday, a military source reported a few minutes ago.
The source said that the warplanes struck ISIL’s positions near the border of the Israeli occupied Golan Heights, the AMN reported.
The source added that the Israeli military did not interfere during the Syrian Air Force’s attack along the border.
The airstrike marks the first time in four years that the Syrian Air Force has conducted airstrikes in this part of Quneitra and Dara'a provinces.
From AMN chief Leith Fadel on his Twitter page today:
Syrian jets are flying close to the Israeli border this morning. Yesterday, they bombed Jaysh Khaled bin Walid (ISIS) along the Quneitra-Daraa axis. This is the closest they have flown to the Israeli border since the IDF downed their jet near Tal Al-Harrah a few years ago.